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March 2022

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Tax Implications of Investing in Precious Metal Assets

These days, some IRA owners and investors may be worried about being overexposed to equities. That could be you.


But the safest fixed income investments (CDs, Treasuries, and money-market funds) are still paying microscopic interest rates.


For example, when this was written, the 10-year Treasury was yielding about 1.92 percent. Ugh!


Meanwhile, the pandemic might or might not be coming to an end, the economy might or might not be okay, and inflation might or might not be controlled. Who knows?


In this uncertain environment, investing some of your IRA money in gold or other precious metals such as silver and platinum may be worth considering. Ditto for holding some precious metal assets in taxable form. This article explains the federal income tax implications. Here goes.


Precious Metal Assets in Your IRA


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