ICTA – Legislation and Taxes

Potential Legislation to Negatively Affect the Numismatic Industry. VIDEO: 2:48

Potential Legislation to Negatively Affect the Numismatic Industry. VIDEO: 2:48

Gary Adkins, President, Adkins & Associates, Minnesota Coin Dealer Interviewer: David Lisot…….. A piece of potential legislation in Minnesota may have a chilling effect of coin businesses located in that state. Local dealer Gary Adkins also believes that if this law is passed in his state it could become a template for other legislation that […]

Eloise Ullman Has Announced her Retirement from The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA)

Eloise Ullman Has Announced her Retirement from The Industry Council for Tangible Assets (ICTA)

The search begins at The Industry Council for Tangible Assets. After 23 years of distinguished service, Eloise Ullman has announced her retirement as executive director of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets, effective later this year. The officers of the tangible asset/numismatic industry’s national trade association launched an immediate search May 9 for a successor. […]

ICTA Legislative Update 2013 March. VIDEO 3:44

ICTA Legislative Update 2013 March. VIDEO 3:44

Eloise Ullman, Executive Director, Industry Council for Tangible Assets ……. Interviewer: David Lisot ICTA is the watchdog in Washington, D.C. for the numismatic business regarding laws affecting the industry. Legislation is monitored and reported to the ICTA membership and then selectively lobbied to allow favorable terms for the precious metals trade. According to ICTA as […]

By March 18, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
The Coin Analyst: Overview of House Hearing on The Future of Money: Dollars and Sense

The Coin Analyst: Overview of House Hearing on The Future of Money: Dollars and Sense

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek …… On November 29 the Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee of the House Committee on Financial Services, which is headed by outgoing Chairman Ron Paul, held a hearing on “The Future of Money: Dollars and Sense” that examined in detail the issues surrounding the replacement of paper dollars with coins and […]

By November 30, 2012 9 Comments Read More →
The Commemorative Coins of the 112th Congress

The Commemorative Coins of the 112th Congress

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker  for CoinWeek  ……. With so many important issues facing the country, it’s almost a tad impolitic to analyze and discuss Congressional proposals for commemorative coinage. But Hubert and I look back at another period in American numismatic history – the “great commemorative coin boom” of the 1930s – and […]

The Coin Analyst: New Legislation Aims to Change U.S. Commemorative Coin Program

The Coin Analyst: New Legislation Aims to Change U.S. Commemorative Coin Program

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek …… On September 21 legislation was introduced by Republican members of congress that could have a major impact on U.S. commemorative coin programs. If passed and ultimately enacted into law, such legislation would require that any funds raised by such coins beyond the cost to recoup production expenses would go […]

By September 28, 2012 9 Comments Read More →
Legislative Update on HR5977 at ANA Philadelphia 2012

Legislative Update on HR5977 at ANA Philadelphia 2012

Barry Stuppler, Chairman, Gold and Silver Political Action Committee Interviewer: David Lisot. The effort to pass legislation to increase protection for consumers from counterfeit coins continues. Leading the charge is the Gold and Silver PAC headed by numismatist and coin dealer Barry Stuppler. Barry shares recent developments including the nonpartisan nature of this bill along […]

By August 22, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Legislation Introduced to Create the 2015 Panama-Pacific International Exposition and Panama Canal Commemorative Coins Program

Legislation Introduced to Create the 2015 Panama-Pacific International Exposition and Panama Canal Commemorative Coins Program

(Tiburon, CA – August 8, 2012) – Last week, legislation was introduced in both the United States Senate and House of Representatives to create an exciting new commemorative coins program to celebrate the centennial of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, and the engineering feat that created the Panama Canal a century earlier. The Panama-Pacific International Exposition […]

By August 9, 2012 1 Comments Read More →
PCGS Gives Congressmen A Close Look At Counterfeiting Problems

PCGS Gives Congressmen A Close Look At Counterfeiting Problems

During June 27, 2012 meetings with numismatic leaders in Washington, DC, influential U.S. Congressmen and congressional staff members learned about rare coin authentication and were shown examples of counterfeit coins from the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) reference collection and examples of counterfeit PCGS encapsulation holders.  PCGS has detected over 5,500 counterfeit coins submitted in […]

By July 9, 2012 2 Comments Read More →
PCGS Implores Congress to Fight Imports and Sales of Counterfeit Coins

PCGS Implores Congress to Fight Imports and Sales of Counterfeit Coins

(Washington, DC) — Executives of the Professional Coin Grading Service (www.PCGS.com) warn that the problems of Chinese-made counterfeits of rare coins are getting worse and could soon expand to include fakes of rare bank notes imported into the United States.  In personal meetings and messages conveyed to influential members of Congress in Washington, DC on […]

By June 28, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Congressional Inaction, Not Inflation, Is to Blame for the Diminishing Role of U.S. Coinage

Congressional Inaction, Not Inflation, Is to Blame for the Diminishing Role of U.S. Coinage

By Charles Morgan with Hubert Walker Coinweek Contributor On February 21, 1857, the United States Congress passed An Act relating to Foreign Coins and to the Coinage of Cents at the Mint of the United States. The Act set the rate at which foreign coins would be accepted by the Treasury, ended the Treasury’s practice […]

Maryland Governor Proposes Sales Tax Exemption Repeal

Maryland Governor Proposes Sales Tax Exemption Repeal

Last year the numismatic community stood united in helping defeat House Bill 206 in the Maryland General Assembly, which would have repealed the Sales Tax Exemption for Precious Metal Bullion and Coins. We are grateful for the way the coin community came together to help defeat the bill and save jobs and economic opportunity in […]

Coin Analyst Special Report: Congress May End Dollar Coin Program

Coin Analyst Special Report: Congress May End Dollar Coin Program

By Louis Golino for Coin Week Major print and broadcast media seldom focus on coins. But in the past two weeks the news media has devoted considerable attention to an issue that coin collectors are well aware of, namely, the oversupply of $1 coins. This includes both the presidential dollar coins created through a 2005 […]

President Obama Signs 1099 Repeal

President Obama Signs 1099 Repeal

President Obama late Thursday signed into law legislation repealing the 1099 reporting provision enacted as part of the healthcare reform bill. Several insurance industry trade groups issued statements lauding the president’s decision. The bill is H.R. 4, the “Comprehensive 1099 Taxpayer Protection and Repayment of Exchange Subsidy Overpayments Act of 2011.” The repealed provision would […]

By April 25, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Video News: Legislation Affecting the Numismatic Industry

Video News: Legislation Affecting the Numismatic Industry

Eloise Ullman, Executive Director of ICTA (INDUSTRY COUNCIL FOR TANGIBLE ASSETS) discusses legislative efforts important to the numismatic industry, including Chinese Counterfeits. ICTA is the national trade association for all who have an interest in precious metals, rare coins, US and foreign currency, and other numismatic and tangible assets. ICTA works to prevent laws and […]

By April 18, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Gold Silver PAC Reception at Baltimore Expo

Gold Silver PAC Reception at Baltimore Expo

Legislative Efforts to Stop Chinese Counterfeiting and Repeal 1099 Requirements The Gold & Silver PAC held a reception honoring Congressman Lamar Smith (R-TX21): Chairman, House Judiciary Committee, Member of the House Homeland Security Committee and Member of the House Science Committee Held at the Whitman Coin Expo in Baltimore Topic: Counterfeit coins from China Speakers […]

By April 4, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
 
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