Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by NewbieDobbieDo, Jan 31, 2019.
Do you like coins or just looking to invest.
Log in or Sign up to hide this ad.
Good luck with that
You need to get a better grip on this gold investment thing. Playing with fire being new to this. One piece is a good start.
Either is any other government gold issued coin especially, AGE,S and Buffalo,s
Unless your talking graded bullion, in which you should never invest in !
I prefer 24k gold as pure gold has properties that are utterly consistent at that purity and therefore easy to confirm: diamagnetism, speed of sound, to name two
Is this right? I have a 2006 Proof Buffalo - and searching ebay and provident sites it does not appear to show a notable difference to a random proof AGE. I could be wrong.
And remember to buy anonymously.
Look at premium costs and buy back prices for random year Buffs and AGE’s.
I’m assuming 1oz random year
It was something I learned from financial advisors having to do with taxes.
It is possible that you could pay taxes when you sold them, Jack.
Not possible, you will ! most shops do require a valid source of identification
Especially when you deal in large amounts and this gets reported directly
To our good friends at the IRS and in a similar fashion when you deal in
Amounts over $9,000 at the bank !
So you don't deal in large amounts.
Amounts over $10,000.00 needs to be reported.
Separate names with a comma.