Buy Silver Coins in New Mexico
​New Mexico is s state located in the southwestern regions of the United States.  It is the 5th largest at 121,697 square miles and the 36th most populated with over 2 million residents. It was the 47th states to be admitted in 1912. It has the second highest percentage of Native Americans population, following Alaska in first. There are more PhDs per capita compared to any other state. Although Denver is known as the Mile High City, Sante Fe is the nation’s highest state capital.

Bullion Sales Tax in New Mexico

​New Mexico has a statewide gross receipts tax rate of 5.125% with additional local taxes the can add up to 9.25%. This is similar to sales tax but is fun form the business rather than from the purchaser.  So businesses will often pass this tax onto their customers.  There are no exemptions for bullion purchases.  Therefore you will pay taxes for when you buy bullion.

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Fun Facts About New Mexico

  1. Santa Fe is the highest state capital in the U.S., at 7,199 ft above sea level. 
  2. You can see 5 different states from the top of the Capulin Volcano National Monument : New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas.
  3. Around 75% of New Mexico’s roads are unpaved.
  4. Albuquerque has more than 300 local hot air balloons, making it the hot air balloon capital of America with more than any other city. (source: movoto.com)
  5.  Felix Baumgartner was the first human to break the sound barrier without engine powered assistance, while jumping over New Mexican airspace. 
  6. Edwin H. Land was a New Mexican man who invented the polaroid. 
  7. Neil Patrick Harris, best known for his role as Barney in How I Met Your Mother  is from Albuquerque, NM. 
  8. The Great Gold Rush was a ripple effect after Jose Ortiz struck  gold in Delores, N.M.
  9. the first atomic bomb was detonated in Los Alamos on July 16 1945.
  10. Freddie Prinze Jr. moved to Albuquerque as a baby and grew up there.