5 Tax-Sheltered Investments That You Didn’t Know About

Most casual investors aren’t aware that they could own real estate in an IRA, HSA and even some 401Ks. Not just the ability to access real estate through REITS, IRAs can actually hold tangible rental real estate. Though typically riskier (and demanding more time and expertise) than a broadly diversified mutual fund portfolio, owning rental properties, private equity, or even a business within your retirement accounts is a secret that wealthy investors have known about for years and that has the potential to significantly increase investment returns, if you know what you’re doing.

The major benefit of holding alternative assets in a etirement account is

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