We’ve all heard presentations on the wonders of self directed IRAs. And in fact they can be exactly that. And  if your IRA owns an LLC, you can create what is called  a Checkbook IRA. But what if you fudge the rules? How strict is the IRS about them anyway? Are prohibited transactions really a problem?

John Hyre is an accountant, a real estate attorney, a

self-directed IRA expert, and a real estate investor
himself. If you heard him speak at Black Diamond last
time, you know he’s also opinionated, political, vocal, and not shy. His presentations on taxes and keeping more of what you earn are liberally sprinkled with commentary on our tax system, our government and entitlements. You will be educated, amused, entertained and possibly infuriated, but never bored! Here are some of the points he will cover:

  • Dos and Don’ts for Checkbook IRAs


  • Prohibited transactions and how to steer clear of them
  • How to deal with an audit:
    • What to do when you get that letter, and  what NOT to do
    • The nightmare that ensues when the IRS decides you have engaged in one of those “prohibited transactions,” aka, Horrific Case Studies
  • Lots of Q&As




February 21


01:00 am

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