Should my ROBS C corp hold real estate in a separate LLC?

Rollover as Business Startup FAQ – Should my ROBS C corp hold real estate in a separate LLC?

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ROBS 401k FAQ: Holding real estate in a separate LLC


To help with taxes, it’s been suggested that the property I purchase be in an LLC and then the C-corp can pay rent to the LLC. Is that allowed?


From a ROBS 401K perspective, the property may be held in an LLC that is 100% owned by the C-corp (which means that the LLC can’t be taxed as an S-corp because an S-corp can’t be owned by a C-corp).  You will need to discuss with your tax advisor whether having the real estate held in a 100% sub LLC of the C-corp will eliminate any tax benefit.

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