AdBits – C Corp Blocker & UBIT


IRA Financial’s Adam Bergman Esq. discusses the C Corporation blocker strategy, domestic or foreign, and how that could potentially block the application of the Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBTI) on your Self-Directed IRA investment.

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