Discussion in 'Bullion Investing' started by Jayfurball, Sep 4, 2019.
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Also, (a) I'm thinking the metal detectors would notice 13-14 pounds of metal in your pocket, and (b) that pocket had better be reinforced...
That's just asking to get your hand cut off.
Develop an attitude and no one will give you a second look.
What about the haircut?
Think Visually, add a Mike Tyson warrior type decoration
The bitcoin trade will still show to the IRS.
Note the and circulates. Your gold coin is going to be treated as bullion and valued based on spot prices.
More than 10K and you MUST declare it or risk confiscation.
going thru security. It should pass as numismatic inventory. Just keep
them in a brief case. Better yet, sell them here in America and repurchase
them at your destination. It may cost some extra but that's cheaper than
being in a jail cell in a foreign country.
That's separate from needing to file the declaration if you are traveling internationally with more than 10k with customs and border protection (CBP).
The OP didn't say, of course, but I'm guessing that converting them to trackable bank funds might be contrary to some of his goals.
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