Why a Precious Metals IRA?
Why consider holding Physical Gold in an IRA? Because, your retirement is at stake, and there is perhaps nothing more sacred to a working American. These are troubled times and Gold has historically been the ultimate hedge against economic volatility and crisis. IRA accounts are traditionally dependent upon a select group of stocks, bonds and/or mutual funds which are inextricably linked to the economy. And when the economy suffers, the value of many IRA accounts begins to plunge. Gold on the other hand has outperformed the Dow by over 300% over the past decade which begs the question … why wouldn’t you protect a portion of your retirement and secure your accumulated savings with the intrinsic value or intrinsic values of physical Gold or Silver?
How to Start?
At Redwood Gold Group we have been helping our customers protect their savings with Physical Gold. Since Gold historically moves counter to the direction of stocks, bonds and mutual funds, a Redwood Gold IRA can help reduce the volatility and risk of your retirement portfolio. A Gold IRA backs your savings with a solid asset. It helps preserve your wealth and protect your IRA dollars by adding the store of value of tangible metals to your retirement holdings. We have streamlined the Gold IRA process into 3 Easy Steps! Find out how…
Moving an Existing IRA Account is very easy to do.
Any portion of an existing IRA Account can be either transferred or rolled into a Redwood Gold, Silver or other precious metals retirement account.
You can transfer an existing IRA into a precious metals IRA at any time as long as the assets go “from custodian to custodian.” In a direct transfer, the money flows directly from one IRA custodian to another. This means the distribution check from the old IRA custodian must be made out in the name of the trustee or custodian of the new IRA account that receives the funds. Transfers may be made as often as you like.
A rollover occurs when “you” receive the distribution from your existing IRA account and then turn around and deposit it into another IRA custodial account. In this case you would need to re-deposit the funds into the new IRA account within 60 days. If the 60-day time period is exceeded, you would be liable for taxes and penalties on the money withdrawn. You may roll over the same money only once every 12 months to preserve the tax-deferred status of your retirement savings.
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