Gold IRA: How to Store and Withdraw the Assets?

How To Store The Assets In Your Gold Ira?

Legitimately, it is impossible to purchase gold bars and coins and keep them at home. You will need the custodian to handle this for you as well. Every licensed custodians will provide storage alternatives that are in the form of depositories. The depositories have a repertoire of safety measures, including uninterrupted monitoring and they come in two kinds:


Segregated storage: In this type of storage, you will get your personal corner of the depository for your coins and bars. This alternative is usually available for coins and bars Note that this only pertains for gold bars and coins weighing 10 ounces and above. The moment you take out your assets, you’’ll get the same bars and coins that you invested initially. According to Raremetalblog.com following companies offer segregated storage:

Noble Gold (more info)

Regal Assets (more info)

Goldco (more info)


Non-segregated storage: Bars and coins owned by various investors are kept in the same place. This shouldn’t be a hindrance since when you withdrawing, you will be confident that the bars you’ll have in hand will have similar weight, purity, and handled by one refiner, plus the coins will definitely be of a similar type and year. The sole difference is that you will not receive the precise bars and coins that you had bought originally.

How To Withdraw Your Assets From Your Gold Ira?

The process can happen in two ways


Cash withdrawal following a liquidation: Through this method, the custodian will take care the asset liquidation process After dealing with liquidation it is possible to have access to the generated money, and the investor should pay tax on this money at a future date.


Physical withdrawal of the previous metal: Through this method, the custodian releases the actual gold bars and coins to the investor who then changes it to cash. This way is not recommended because you will be taxed twice, initially when withdrawing followed by a second tax when the precious metal is liquidated.

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