Buy Silver Coins in Wisconsin
​Wisconsin is a state located in the north-central region of the United State, along with the midwest and Great Lakes region.  It is the 23rd largest state at 65,498 square miles and the 20th most populated with over 5.7 million residents. It is divided into 72 counties, along with having a diverse geography.  It is second to Michigan when it comes to the length of tis Great Lakes Coastline. It is also known as “American’s Dairyland” since it is one of the nation’s leading dairy producers.

Bullion Sales Tax in Wisconsin

​Wisconsin has a statewide sales tax rate of 5% with additional local taxes that can add up to 5.6%. The only exemption when purchasing forms of bullion, are U.S. and foreign coins and paper currency sold at sold at face value, along with sales of bullion to Wisconsin investor if you store it eat a location outside of the state.

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Fun Facts About Wisconsin 

  1. The worlds largest brat fest is held in Madison every Memorial Day.
  2. Barbie hails from the fictional town of Willows, Wisconsin (source: www.travelwisconsin.com)
  3. Wisconsin banned the sale and use of margarine from 1895 to 1967. (source: www.travelwisconsin.com)
  4. Kenosha was the location of the largest Wooly Mammoth ever found and excavated. 
  5. It is known as the dairy capital of the U.S. 
  6. The NFL team, the Green Bay Packers call Wisconsin home. 
  7. Green Bay is the toilet paper capital of the world. 
  8. Kristin Bauer van Straten, best known for her role as Pam in the HBO series True Blood   was born in Racine, WI. 
  9. Kurtwood Smith, was Red Forman on  That 70's Show   which was a show based in Wisconsin, Smith happens to also hail from New Lisbon, WI. 
  10. Mark Ruffalo who played roles on  13 Going on 30, Zodiac  and  The Incredible Hulk  was born in Kenosha, WI.