Buy Silver Coins in Utah
Utah is a state located in the western part of the United States.  It is the 13th largest state at 84,899 square miles and the 31st most populated with over 3 million residents.  80% of the residents live along the Wasatch Front, which centers on the state capital Salt Lake City. More than 50% o the state is reported to be members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) which makes it the only state with a the majority of the population belonging to a single church. 

Bullion Sales Tax Rate in Utah

Utah has a statewide tax of 4.7% with local taxes that can add up to a total of 8.6%. Most coins, paper currency and precious metals are exempt from these taxes. Bullion that applies to this exemption would be currency or coinage that are legal tender in the U.S. or other foreign nations, bars medallions or decorative coins that contain at least 50% gold, silver, or platinum.

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Fun Facts About Utah

  1. Utah has the highest literacy rate in the U.S. 
  2. The Great Salt Lake is four times saltier than any of the oceans in the world. 
  3. After Nevada, it is the 2nd driest state in the U.S. with having 300 days of sun a year. 
  4. It is the only state where more than 1/2 of it's residents are members of the same state,  the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
  5. There are more plastic surgeons per capita in Salt Lake City, UT compared to any other city in the U.S. 
  6. The first KFC opened in Salt Lake City, Utah. 
  7. Southern Utah has a NASA-funded program for astronauts training for a trip to Mars.
  8. The town of Levan is referred to as Utah's belly button due to it's location. Which leads to theories on how it got its name, which if you spell it backwards it spells "navel". 
  9. The Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry is home to the densest concentration of Jurassic-era fossils ever discovered
  10. They have reduced homelessness by 74% by giving homes to people without homes

​Setting Up Joint Access

​If you want to be sure that your spouse or another family member can get the silver bullion out of the box if you are not around or if something happens to you, you will need to add them to the account when you set it up. It is a smart idea to have someone you trust on the account with you in case you are ill or cannot make it to the bank to get the silver bullion for any reason. Just make sure that the person you add is someone you trust because that person will be able to access the silver bullion at any time just like you.