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Why precious metals into my IRA?


In today’s precarious economy, planning for retirement has become even more complex and uncertain.  Whereas in many investments where short-term views are employed, retirement accounts require decisions to be made with the long-term future in mind.  Beverly Hills Precious Metals Exchange accommodates clients who wish to include precious metals in physical form in their retirement plans to take advantage of its unique features in growth and protection.

What precious metals can I invest with in my IRA?

GOLD: IRA laws require that gold invested be a minimum fineness of 0.995 or 99.5%.  Therefore, the Kruggerand (91.67% purity), Mexican 50 Peso (90% purity), and old US gold coins (90% purity) are not accepted.

  • American Eagle (a)
  • Australian Nugget/Kangaroo
  • Austrian Philharmonic
  • Canadian Maple Leaf
  • Credit Suisse Gold – PAMP Suisse Gold Bars 0.999
  • US Buffalo Uncirculated (No Proofs)
  • Bars and Rounds (b)

SILVER:  Silver containing a purity level of 0.999 (99.95%) and above are accepted into IRAs.

  • American Eagle (a)(c)
  • Australian Kookaburra
  • Austrian Philharmonic
  • Canadian Maple Leaf
  • Mexican Libertad
  • Bars and Rounds (b)

PLATINUM:  Platinum products below must contain a minimum purity level of 0.9995 (99.95%).

  • American Eagle
  • Australian Koala
  • Canadian Maple Leaf
  • Isle of Man Noble
  • Bars and Rounds (b)

PALLADIUM:  Palladium products below must contain a minimum purity level of 0.9995 (99.95%).

  • Bars and Rounds (b)

(a) American Eagle coins undergone certification (“slabbed”) are currently not available in retirement plans at this time
(b) Bars and rounds must be produced by manufacturers accredited by NYMex/CoMex, LME, LBMA, NYSE/LIFFE/CBOT, and ISE-9000 or a national mint.
(c) Some backdated Silver Eagles may be accepted into the IRAs and cost less than the newer dates.  Ask your Precious Metals Specialist about backdated Silver Eagles for the IRA.

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