Self-Directed IRAs Under IRS Scrutiny: Successfully Clearing The Legal And Tax Minefield
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Reacting to the steadily increasing popularity of self-directed IRAs (SDIRAs), the IRS announced changes to Forms 5498 and 1099-R to increase disclosure of these retirement accounts. In modifying the forms, the IRS indicated it would more aggressively scrutinize valuation of the assets placed in these accounts to ensure taxpayers are paying appropriate tax on the accounts.
The IRS also noted that, due to the nature of custodians’ roles in holding the accounts, taxpayers are often unaware of the restrictions particular to SDIRAs. As a result, tax advisors often only become aware of potential negative tax implications of transactions within the account after they have occurred.
Unlike securities held in traditional custodial retirement accounts, most assets placed in SDIRAs often do not have a fixed, ascertainable market value. This creates a host of legal and tax issues, which professional advisors need to be aware of before their clients encounter problems. For example, the characteristics of SDIRA assets often lead to legal and tax issues, such as the IRA owing current tax on investments (i.e., unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) or unrelated debt-financed income (UDFI)), significant risk of “prohibited transactions”, which can completely invalidate the tax-exempt status of the SDIRA, and/or required minimum distribution (RMD) problems.
Listen as our experienced panel details the complexities specific to SDIRAs and provides practical guidance on how to advise taxpayers to maximize the tax advantages of these accounts.
- SDIRAs—structures and eligible assets
- Valuation requirements and 2015 IRS revisions to Form 5498
- Real estate, close-held companies and potential for self-dealing
- UBTI and UDFI rules
- Potential for current filing and payment requirements
The panel will answer these and other questions:
- What are the valuation requirements and concerns surrounding non-traditional assets to an SDIRA?
- What impact does debt encumbrance or other types of income have on current taxability of SDIRAs?
- What actions and transactions constitute self-dealing or other prohibited transactions?
After completing this course, you will understand the regulations specific to SDIRAs, and have practical tools and illustrations to advise clients on how to avoid, or remedy, potential negative tax implications arising from transactions with an SDIRA.
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