Buy Silver Coins in Kansas
​Kansas has a statewide sales tax rate of 6.5% with additional local taxes that can add up to 10.5%. When purchasing bullion there are nows exemptions in tax.  Under state law, sales tax must be collected even when such items are being purchase for investment. Exchange of currency and coins at face value are not subject to tax, tax is only applies when the coin is purchases at rate not reflecting its face value, or when it’s based on the precious metal content.

Bullion Sales Tax in Kansas

​Kansas has a statewide sales tax rate of 6.5% with additional local taxes that can add up to 10.5%. When purchasing bullion there are nows exemptions in tax.  Under state law, sales tax must be collected even when such items are being purchase for investment. Exchange of currency and coins at face value are not subject to tax, tax is only applies when the coin is purchases at rate not reflecting its face value, or when it’s based on the precious metal content.

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Fun Facts About Kansas

  1. It is home to one of the longest grain elevators, located in Hutchinson. 
  2. The largest ball of twine is located in Kansas. 
  3. Pizza Hut opened it first store in Wichita.
  4. Dodge City is the windiest city in the United States, with an average wind speed of 14 mph. (source: movoto.com)
  5. The Hugoton Gas Field is the largest natural gas field in the U.S.
  6.  Kansas won the award for most beautiful license plate for the wheat plate design issued in 1981. (source: movoto.com)
  7. It is 1 out of 2 sources for helium in the U.S.
  8. The first airplane factory was built in 1919, located in Wichita.
  9. Colton Haynes, who is an actor known for his role as Roy Harper on Teen Wolf   or Arsenal on Arrow, was born inAndale, Kansas. 
  10. Sarah Lancaster who is from  Overland Park , is an actress who has made appearances on:  Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, Dawson's Creek,  and That '70s Show.