Don’t Put S Company Stock In A Roth IRA

A Roth IRA is an ineligible S shareholder in the company is taxed as regular Corporation (Taproot Admin Services, 9th circuit). If this were possible, the firm’s profits would escape all tax. In another ruling bankruptcy creditors were not allowed access to inherited IRAs, even before she filed for bankruptcy.

There have been several other cases, all reaching the same conclusion.

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