Investing IRAs and Qualified Plan Rollovers in Start-Ups and Other Private Investments Startups

Webinar: ID# 1014522
Recorded CD
About This Course:
A growing number of IRA owners and recipients of qualified plan rollovers have sought to invest directly in real estate and small businesses that they may intend to manage or otherwise be personally involved in.

This trend has accelerated in recent years as IRAs hold more than $6 trillion and syndicators, entrepreneurs, private fund managers and franchisors have come to view IRAs and qualified plan rollovers as sources of capital. This raises significant policy and enforcement issues for government regulators, especially with the advent of large Roth IRAs.

By attending this webinar, you will learn the common investment scenarios in this area, the rules that apply to them, and the associated issues, uncertainties and risks. We will discuss key court cases and other important developments guidance issued in this area.


Overview of IRA Economics and Requirements

Compliance Considerations of Self-Directed IRAs
  • Requirement That Assets Be Held in Trust or Custodial Account
  • Unrelated Business Taxable Income
  • Prohibited Transactions and Key Exemptions
  • Excess Contribution Issues
  • Listed Transactions
  • Practical Considerations
Common Investment Scenarios and Issues They Raise

Checkbook IRAs

IRS "ROBS" Memorandum and Other IRS Pronouncements

Key Court Cases and Other Guidance

About The Presenters

Luke D. Bailey
  • Partner with Strasburger & Price, LLP, Dallas
  • Specializes in ERISA and the application of federal income tax to employee benefits law and executive compensation
  • Has handled a large number of cases under the IRS's program for rehabilitating delinquent qualified retirement plans (EPCRS)
  • J.D. degree, the University of California at Berkeley; A.B. degree, Occidental College
  • Named among The Best Lawyers in America┬«, 2013-2014, earned the highest speaker rating by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, and made the D Magazine List of Best Lawyers in Dallas, 2013
Amiram J. "Ami" Givon
  • Attorney with the Mountain View, California, law firm of GCA Law Partners LLP
  • Practices in qualified pension and profit sharing plans, fiduciary responsibility, tax-sheltered annuities, executive compensation, IRAs, and Internal Revenue Service and Department of Labor audits of benefit plans
  • Spoken and written frequently on IRA, ERISA and retirement plan topics
  • Holds the highest rating from the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and named a 2007 northern California Super Lawyer in the field of employee benefits/ERISA by Super Lawyers magazine
  • LL.M. degree in taxation, Golden Gate University; J.D. degree, University of California, Hastings College of the Law; bachelor's degree, University of California, Berkeley
Investing IRAs and Qualified Plan Rollovers in Start-Ups and Other Private Investments Startups
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