Pros and cons of using self-directed IRAs

09/23/2013 | ThinkAdvisor

Self-directed IRAs allow investors to include alternative investments in their portfolios that a traditional plan may not, including accounts receivable financing, real estate, precious metals and other assets. Self-directed IRAs can be individual accounts or small-business-owner accounts. This article discusses the pros and cons of investing in self-directed IRAs.

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