A Solo 401k immediately broadens investing possibilities by permitting investing in any asset that is not disallowed under the IRS regulations. Here are some of the many investment possibilities available with a Self-Directed Solo 401k.
- Residential Property
- Commercial Property
- Developed Land
- Mobile Homes
- Mortgages/Deeds of Trust
- Secured notes
- Unsecured notes
- Car Paper
- Commercial Paper
Tax Liens/Tax Deeds
- Tax Lien
- Tax Deed
- Structured Settlements
- Accounts Receivable
- Foreign Currency Exchange
- Equipment Leasing
- Private Equity
- Precious Metals
Click here to learn about the steps and procedures for buying real estate with your self-directed 401k.
Click here to learn about the steps and procedures for buying promissory notes with your self-directed 401k.
Click here to learn about the steps and procedures for investing in private company with your self-directed 401k.
With Whom Can You Make Solo 401k Investments?
- Your Spouse
- Your natural parents and/or your adoptive parents
- Your natural grandparents
- Your natural children and/or your adopted children
- The spouses of your natural children
- Any fiduciary of your Solo 401k
- Any people providing services to your Solo 401k–such as your stockbroker–as well as his employees and both his and his employees’ blood relatives
- Your Solo 401k trust document provider or administrator
- Your brothers and sisters
- Your Spouse’s brothers and sisters
- Your spouse’s parents
- Your spouse’s grandparents
- Your stepchildren
- Your spouse’s stepchildren
- Your grandparent’s spouse, if not your natural grandparent
- Your aunts, uncles, and cousins
Click here to learn more about prohibited transactions and sample illustrations.