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I have called several mortgage and investment places and spoke with a few investment companies as well -- still confused. Does anyone know if it is possible to have an IRA "lend" money to a sister for refinancing her home and have the payments(P & I) go back to the IRA? It seems a reasonable way to get a guaranteed income as we approach 59 1/2 years of age, but seems a bit murky and difficult to find companies that will follow IRS rules -- my understanding of those rules is that money can be lent to non-lineal relatives.

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