Aight, I'm a newbie here and newbie to coins. Just transferred an old 401K into silver coins thru one of the big companies. The rep I talked to mentioned that numismatic coins are "nondisclosable" to the IRS? Whereas bullion is not. I'm looking for the guide to idiot guide explanation for this. Does this mean that if i buy 10k worth of coins and sell it for 20k in 10 years I dont have to report or pay capital gains or anything else on the profit? If I pass 100 coins to my kids do they have to report it or pay capital gains when they sell them? I'm not trying to break the law but if there is any tax benefit to be had I'd like to take it. Been searching for days and got some info but I need an idiot guide break down on this. Thanks.