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A trusted ally and custodian
Precious metals can help truly diversify a retirement portfolio among different securities or asset classes. As a self-directed IRA custodian, STRATA is well equipped to handle storage, valuations, transaction processing and IRS reporting solutions for gold, silver, platinum and palladium.
The gold standard in service
With over 350 years of combined experience, we’ve developed many relationships with precious metals brokers and dealers. We’re confident that you can drive more business through the door when you combine your expertise with a trusted self-directed IRA custodian that understands precious metals like no other custodian.
Here’s what to expect from a STRATA self-directed IRA:
A flat annual IRA fee of $75
Annual storage fee of $100 for safekeeping of precious metals for most accounts
Safe storage of all metals with Delaware Depository or Brinks (Salt Lake City)
STRATA Trust Company (“STRATA”) performs the duties of a directed (passive) custodian, and as such does not provide due diligence to third parties regarding prospective investments, platforms, sponsors, dealers or service providers. As a custodian, STRATA does not sponsor, endorse or sell any investment and is not affiliated with any investment sponsor, issuer or dealer. STRATA does not provide investment, legal or tax advice. Individuals should consult with their investment, legal or tax professionals for such services.
Investment Products: Not FDIC-Insured | No Bank Guarantee | May Lose Value
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