Gold IRA Coins
Investing in IRA approved gold is not a new thing, however, more people are investing in gold IRA coins with each day that passes. For thousands of years, precious metals have been used as a form of currency. Suitable for wealth building and trading purposes, IRA approved gold is less volatile than stocks. An extensive range of coins are available to purchase through Goldco, but in order to invest wisely, you should know the difference between collector coins and IRA approved gold. While commemorative coins will appeal to some investors, they are not eligible to be placed in IRAs.
Reasons to Stock Up On Gold
People everywhere are turning to IRA approved gold investments as a way to protect themselves from stock market crashes and economic instability. Gold is always in demand, no matter what its current value. When the value of the dollar falls, demand increases; gold is a currency hedge and it can be used as a method of portfolio diversification and has a history of maintaining its value. Furthermore, gold has always been a store of wealth.
What gold IRA coins should I be investing in?
In order to qualify for your IRA,
- The gold must have a fineness of .999, or 99.9% purity
- Your gold must be held by your custodian in a secure depository. We do not recommend home storage due to IRS regulations.
- IRA Contribution Limits apply
- If you already own gold in your possession, you cannot add this to your gold IRA
Gold IRA Coins
Gold IRAs cannot hold numismatic or graded coins, but gold IRA coins or bullion. Adding each type of gold to your IRA or retirement fund is approved by the IRS. Your Goldco IRA expert will present you the various options in eligible coins.
Call the our Gold IRA experts at 855-GOLD-IRA (855-465-3472) to learn more about the rules for transfers, rollovers and contributions to your retirement account. It only takes three easy steps to get started. Now you can take control of your financial security by owning physical gold in your IRA.
Preferred Gold IRA Coins
Gold American Eagle
Gold American Eagle coins have been minted since 1986 in bullion and proof versions. Uncirculated coins have been minted since 2006. The value is dependent on the whatever the current gold market value is, rather than their face value. Roman Numerals are featured on Gold American Eagle coins that were produced between 1986 and 1991. Arabic numbers replaced Roman Numerals in 1992 under the U.S. Mint’s control. Mintage for the one-ounce coins stood at 1,362,650 in their first year of minting. By 2016, the number stood at 655,000.
Gold UK Lunar Year of The Rooster 1/4 oz
Goldco Exclusive! The Lunar Year of the Rooster 2017 bullion coins are the latest in The Royal Mint’s Shēngxiào Collection. Combining centuries of Chinese tradition with British minting craftsmanship, the coins celebrate the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac, each with their own unique characteristics and qualities.
Gold American Eagle Proof
This coin is an uncirculated series. They are never touched by human hands and are struck with extra precision.
Signed in 1985 by President Ronald Reagan, The Gold Bullion Coin Act enabled the production of Gold American Eagle coins. Only a limited number of Proof American Eagles are minted each year.
Other Coins Approved For Gold IRAs
Your Goldco IRA expert can present a complete list of all eligible metals in precious metals IRAs.
Gold Canadian Maple Leaf
Issued every year by the Royal Canadian Mint.
Gold Arctic Fox
Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint.
Gold Australian Nugget
Minted by the Perth Mint.
Gold Vienna Philharmonic
First minted in 1989 by the Austrian Mint.
Gold American Buffalo
This coin was designed after the first nickel coin released in 1913.
Other Gold Coins Not Approved For Gold IRAs
Below is a list of coins that are not approved for gold IRAs.
Starting Your Gold IRA is Easy
Contact us at (865)465-3472 to start your gold ira account.