looking to roll over your ira or 401(k) into gold or silver? we're here to help

Investing in precious metals with a self-directed IRA is easier than you might think. We are happy to work with our customers on their retirement planning needs, and we have the resources necessary to make the process hassle-free.

To create or rollover an IRA into precious metals, you must first select a custodian. We can place you in contact with well-established custodians, or you can select the custodian of your choosing.

We have listed a few reputable custodians below (with whom we work reqularly) for your reference. Rollover options include: Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, SIMPLE, SEP, individual, HSA, or Coverdell.

Once you have selected your custodian, you must fund your account with your custodian and lock in pricing terms with us. Your custodian will issue bank wire payment to us on your behalf, and we will ship your precious metals to your depository. Simple as that!

Eligible precious metals for iras

American Eagle Coins 1
Canadian Maple Leaf Coins
Australian Kangaroo Coins
Austrian Philharmonic Coins
Credit Suisse Bars (.999)
Pamp Suisse Bars (.999)
Perth Mint Bars (.999)
U.S Buffalo Gold Uncirculated coins (no proofs)
Bars & rounds 2
American Eagle Coins1
Canadian Maple Leaf Coins
Australian Kookaburra coins
Austrian Philharmonic Coins
Bars & rounds 2

1 Coins, including the American Eagle, that have undergone "certification" (also known as "slabbed" coins) are not accepted in retirement plans at this time.

2 Bars and rounds produced by manufactures accredited by Nymex/Comex, LME, LBMA, NYSE/Liffe/CBOT,and ISE-9000 or a national mint.


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