Adam Talks – How Do You Avoid Unrelated Business Taxes?


In this episode of Adam Talks, IRA Financial’s Adam Bergman Esq. discusses the Unrelated Business Taxable Income tax rules and how you can avoid them with your Self-Directed IRA or Solo 401(k) plan.

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About IRA Financial:

IRA Financial Group was founded by Adam Bergman, a former tax and ERISA attorney who worked at some of the largest law firms. During his years of practice, he noticed that many of his clients were not even aware that they can use an IRA or 401(k) plan to make alternative asset investments, such as real estate. He created IRA Financial to help educate retirement account holders about the benefits of self-directed retirement plan solutions.

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