Pricing, Products, and Refund Policy
CARES Act and Coronavirus Stimulus Retirement Changes
FAQs and the Benefits of Self-Directing Retirement Accounts
Rocket Dollar Crowdfunding Campaign on Republic
Investing and Alternative Asset Classes
Self-Directed IRA (Traditional, Roth, or Beneficiary)
Self-Directed Solo 401(k) (Traditional or Roth)
- Self-Directed Solo 401(k) FAQs
- Opening a Rocket Dollar Self-Directed Solo 401(k) Account
- Structure and Titling
- Contributions and Contribution Limits
- IRS-Related Questions
- Rolling Over/Transferring Old Accounts
- Solo 401(k) Traditional Contributions
- Solo 401(k) Roth Contributions
- Solo 401(k) Loans
- Uncommon Questions
Self-Directing Retirement Compliance and Self Care
Partnering with Rocket Dollar
Fundraising with Rocket Dollar
Specific State Rules
Privacy, Security, Identity, and Fraud
Should I register my Colorado LLC as a foreign entity?
To comply with state laws, Rocket Dollar recommends registration with the state where the real estate property is located if you are renting the property.
What state LLC do Rocket Dollar accounts default to?
Rocket Dollar uses a Colorado LLC. They are affordable, business-friendly, and easy to work with, enabling us to deliver better value to our customers.
What should I do if I own property in a state other than Colorado?
Generally, your LLC should be registered as a foreign entity if you start renting out that property to tenants. Also, if you are investing in fix and flips and doing more than once per year, you should register your LLC in the state or states where the properties are located.
Why? When you are renting a property, you are considered to be "doing business" in the state and you have to comply with state business codes.
You should contact us at email@example.com (1 855-762-5383) or customers can contact support from the top right of their dashboard. Investing in California or California residents will need specific instructions as well, so contact us or read this article.
What about the Solo 401(k)?
The Rocket Dollar Solo 401(k) is a retirement trust. Trusts typically do not have to be registered in states like LLCs.
Please consult with an attorney or CPA.