With the mounting global economic crisis and our domestic debt and deficit issues, many savvy investors are converting 401(k) monies into precious metals, especially gold. In order to do so, you must first you must check the terms and conditions of your existing accounts. If they do not allow for gold and other precious metals investments it may necessitate rolling your funds into a self-directed IRA. Keep in mind that some plans have roll-over penalties and others do not allow accrued dollars to be moved at all unless an exemption is cited like leaving employment or financial hardship. The key is to get the funds released and set up an IRA with the option to purchase precious metals. Smart investors are placing both physical gold and silver in their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). Gold and silver have become important options for hedging against increasingly likely global economic collapse.
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