1.) Paying each and every bill in a 30/70 ratio is difficult, but I am sure is the best way.
2.) Can I pay 100% with personal funds and then reimburse my personal funds out of the solo 401k accounts?
3.) Can I pay 100% with solo 401k funds and then reimburse out of my personal funds?
Both of these look like self-dealing, so not sure if options 2 or 3 make any sense.
What is your suggestion?
Erik in FL
ANSWER: Either go with option 1 or consider setting up a separate bank account and title it as a property management account. The profits and expenses from the real estate investment property would flow to this bank account, with the net proceeds ultimately flowing to the respective property owners’ bank accounts (yours and the solo 401k). In sum, the key is not to place the solo 401k funds in your personal bank account but instead that they flow through an escrow type of account before ultimately flowing back to the solo 401k bank account.