U.S. Money Reserve Upgrades Its Website

 

The largest dealer in precious metals coins issued by the United States Mint has improved its website and added new features to help customers, according to an article published on CBS 19’s site.

U.S. Money Reserve’s new site includes a new gallery of coin photographs. The new design enhances the experience of investing in precious metals using coins. And new content educates consumers on the benefits of precious metals coins issued by the government.

The new site’s storefront according to CBS 19 offers the best precious metals products, so they can be invested in safely and securely even in the middle of the night. It provides live, active competitive pricing for gold and silver bars and bullion. Money Reserve sells coins that are certified by the Professional Coin Grade Service (PCGS) as well as products reserved exclusively for Money Reserve customers.

People new to investing in precious metals can request the free gold information kit and visit the site’s Knowledge Center. They’ll learn more about the enduring value of gold, silver and platinum. They’ll also learn the terminology connected with the minting of coins and grading coins. And how to best purchase them. They also have a section where visitors can keep track of all news related to precious metals and coin investing. That’s The Full Headline News Room.

Using Client-Connect Advantage, Money Reserve can help people with one-on-one advice about their investing. They can also inform customers about special offers that are only offered offline. Plus Money Reserve representatives can answer questions recording online purchases and security.

Money Reserve gives one of the best risk-reversal assurances in the precious metals industry with its BuyBack Guarantee. For up to 30 days, they will buy certified coins back at the market price. Not only that, they provide some of the fastest insured shipping available.

They also now offer a Precious Metals IRA, a form of Self-Directed IRA. The law requires you open the account with an institution which will hold the assets in trust on your behalf. You make deposits the same as any other IRA, which means they are currently limited to $5,500 annually unless you’re over 50 years old, in which case you can deposit up to $6,500. Money Reserve’s Precious Metals IRA requires a $10,000 minimum, so you’ll have to transfer funds from another IRA account. Make sure you do it “from custodian to custodian” to avoid any taxable consequences. Once you do that, they credit you $250 for initial deposit and storage fees. You can learn more by requesting their free Precious Metals IRA Information Kit.

U.S. Money Reserve has been in business for over 10 years. They have over 300,000 happy customers. The president of Money Reserve is Philip N. Diehl, a former director of the United States Mint.