Kiplinger: How Non-Traded REITs Could Give Your Roth IRA a Boost

By Elizabeth Tuls | May 1, 2024

Edward Fernandez, President and CEO of 1031 Crowdfunding, discusses how adding a non-traded REIT within your Roth IRA allows the resulting dividends to grow tax-free while increasing portfolio diversity in his latest Kiplinger article.

“This approach allows you to prepay taxes and potentially avoid taxation on your investment gains in the future, particularly if you anticipate being in a higher tax bracket during retirement,” explains Fernandez.

 

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