When doing a fully self-funded search and acquisition, one of the biggest hurdles is satisfying the SBA's equity injection requirement. I'm familiar with leveraging ROBS (Roll Over for Business Start-Up) accounts to use retirement money for the equity injection but I wanted to know if a "self directed" retirement account could be an option. From my understanding setting up a ROBS account takes longer and is typically pricier than setting up a self-directed account. Is it possible to structure a self-directed retirement account in a way that allows you to satisfy the equity injection similar to a ROBS?