A self-directed IRA (SDIRA) is a variation on a traditional or Roth IRA in which an individual can hold a variety of alternative investments, including real estate, that regular IRAs cannot own.

Investment types offered by self-directed IRAs which may include real estate, tax liens, business franchises, etc.

Monetary contributions made into an IRA account for the purposes of retirements.

Money that is transferred from an employer sponsored retirement account into a new or existing account. IRA Custodian clients can allocate check payments to rollovers using Payology Check Scanning.

Money that is transferred from another retirement account into a new or existing account.

Tax codes used to tag monetary transfers of an IRA account or holding.

Rent payments from tenants received by self-directed IRAs (SDIRAs) on behalf of their clients, which can be collected using ACH Connect for Salesforce.

Self-Directed IRA account holders can invest, using promissory notes as a vehicle and the IRA as a lender, essentially acting as the bank.

Income paid regularly and derived from the purchase of a real-estate property or stock.