US Money Reserve Lists Ways To Use An IRA In Tax Filings

If you have an IRA or are planning to open one, you should do so before the tax filing deadline of April 17 because it could come in handy for lowering your tax bill. US Money Reserve lists ways that it can do this on their website, and if your IRA is a traditional IRA, all contributions made to it before the tax deadline can count for the tax year for which you’re filing. Learn more about US Money Reserve: and

You do want to make sure you designate it as such though to your fund’s trustee so that it is applied correctly.

If you or your spouse has earned income, you can contribute to a spousal IRA and also get a deduction for that. But to sum it up, US Money Reserve says you should consider buying gold and silver for your IRA because it can diversify it and protect your savings for the future.

US Money Reserve is a privately-owned precious metals company that’s been helping customers protect their wealth for nearly 20 years. They’re based in Austin, TX and they’ve amassed one of the world’s largest collections of rare gold and silver coins as well as other bullion and certified products. Read more: US Money Reserve | Facebook and US Money Reserve | LinkedIn

Most people don’t understand how precious metals can help them because they’re often thought of as simply material that’s collected like rare cars.

But precious metals have had tremendous value since ancient times and they will not lose their value when the Fed adjusts interest rates or currency suffers from trade wars.

Whenever economists predict a terrible economic calamity is on the way, banks will usually purchase gold or silver to hedge their assets.

Most gold and silver experts state that it’s wise to have physical gold and silver in your possession so that it’s readily available when you need to use it.

US Reserve makes it easy to purchase gold and silver through calling their toll-free number, or by going to their website and making a purchase.

Before you start buying, you should read US Reserve’s gold kit in which Philip Diehl, the company president gives tips and advice on doing so.

You can also enroll in their IRA program if you’d like to have your accounts transferred into the gold and silver products you’ve bought.

They have additional knowledge available on their website including charts, market prices and even live assistants available through their Client-Connect Advantage chat app, and you can start today by going to

President Of The US Money Reserve Discusses How One Day A Penny Might Not Exist

In, an interview by CNBC Squawk box Philip Diehl, president of the US Reserve speaks about how a penny has become devalued in current day. It is no longer copper and instead is made out of zinc. In today’s world people often pass a penny by. Sometimes they don’t even take it back from the cashier.

There is talk that at some point they will stop producing the penny and often it is more expensive to make the monetary coin than it is even worse which makes little sense in today’s world. The need to keep the penny around is more done for the conversation of the coin that one of our most famous presidents sat on, Abraham Lincoln.

Is it more important to have it as a symbol or to get rid of it and help the economy. It is interesting how it is considered such an important token of history and that keeping it around is even considered.

It is interesting to think about how many people would now just pass it by instead of taking it’s importance in to context. The thought of making something, losing money and keeping it around seems to be a fruitless effort. There is also thoughts that it would make bookkeeping a difficult effort. Strangely enough the opinion is that it really wouldn’t cause any problems and is more trouble than it is worth.

According to Crunch Base, Soon the United States will move to get rid of the penny and nothing much will probably change the US Money Reserve. Instead of a Pennies could be a thing of the past..penny being the biggest issues people are concerned that a nickel might be more of an issue but, it is truly not a big of a problem to be concerned about.

Someday in this world a child will be born and the shiny copper (not really) will be something we never discuss again. It sounds like most of the reason for hanging on to the penny is simply rooted in tradition and nothing more. Eventually the penny will be some sort of nostalgic peace of history. It will definitely be remembered but, probably not used.