You can invest in businesses within a self-directed IRA, either in their entirety or in part. For example, if you want to use your self-directed IRA to buy a convenience store, you can do that. However, there are several rules governing the ownership of businesses in self-directed IRAs, so it's definitely a good idea to reach out to a professional financial planner before you get started. Specifically, you cannot use your IRA to invest in anything that is going to benefit you now, as opposed to when you retire, so you need to be very careful to make sure an IRA-owned business doesn't do that.
Night vision is not typically my thing as I am more into micro cameras and traditional IR flood lights used in security.
My question is that on these beacons we have tested them well at close range using basic modified camera gear, but for point to point surveillance at a range of 1- miles I’m wondering what’s best. Given the strobes emit a huge pulse from 8 LEDs, I’m wondering what should do the trick to simply be able to wear or use that would easy pick up on these when they trigger in a valley floor scenario with watchers up top?
Cherie, a resident of North Carolina, built her tiny house on wheels for approximately $10,000 and it took her about 10 months . Even more amazing is that she did it without the help of a builder and only had a roofer and electrician come in for the two parts she could not do herself. Cherie’s tiny home comes with its own solar panel, rain gutters for collecting water, and the tiny home she built sits atop a 8×16 trailer so that she can legally tow her small home or move it when needed. Check out the pictures and video below. The video is dark. But it will still give you a good idea of what she’s accomplished.