TMFBreakerRob: "I'm retired, 60..... and I'm in the process of starting up a business that is franchised. I expect to be building a number of stores and plan to tap my IRAs to fund it, most likely in combination with bank financing for part of the hard assets (leasehold improvements, store fixtures, signs).Questions: Is it feasible to have the IRA fund the business in such a fashion that I don't have to withdraw the money, pay taxes and invest the proceeds? It seems that it would be nice to defer the whole tax thing. :)"I am bout 99.5% certain that the answer to your question is no; see the rules about related party and self-dealing. transactionshttp://www.irafinancialgroup.com/prohibitedtransactions.php.I am 100% certain that someone will correct me if I am wrong.Regards, JAFO
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