You’re prohibited from living in, or making any personal use of, an asset owned by the Solo 401k.

You are a disqualified person to the Solo 401k, so you cannot transact with the plan (even by living in one of the assets). The same restrictions also apply to your family members that are disqualified persons.

Circumstances might arise where you want to distribute an asset owned by the Solo 401k. Get expert help and have one of the network of CPAs and/or tax advisors help you calculate the taxes that will need to be paid from distributing the asset.

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