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“Are there any coin dealers near me?” Bullion Exchanges offers you the best guide to purchasing precious metals products locally. Each state bullion directory displays an extensive list of top local coin shops and bullion dealers, as well as the most popular coin shows, numismatic events, bullion depositories, mints, and smelters and refiners in the area. Select your state by clicking on the map or list below to closely examine its detailed info and, for some of them, view the data about a particular city.

You may have to pay taxes on local precious metals purchases as there are distinct bullion taxes according to each state’s regulation. In some US states, precious metal items are exempted from any bullion sales tax while within others this tax is up to 12%, which makes a huge impact on local bullion investments. For this reason, this guide to purchasing precious metals products locally was also created to inform you about the existing tax laws in various states.

You can avoid paying local sales taxes by purchasing precious metals from one of the best online bullion dealers of the Nation - Bullion Exchanges. However, keep in mind that you may still be liable for some local use taxes, so please check with your local tax professionals before buying bullion from local coin dealers.

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Either you are living in a country outside the US and looking for where to buy gold or just searching for the best international gold storage, Bullion Exchanges is here to help. We provide you the best guide to investing and storing bullion internationally, including the country’s top bullion dealers and coin shops, along with its renowned numismatic shows and events, international & private bullion vaults, national & private mints, commodity & futures markets, and precious metals refiners. Click on your country on the interactive map or the below list and view the detailed info about it.

Based on their national sales tax laws, precious metals purchases in some countries are subject to taxation, but you may find excellent offshore options in which investing and storing bullion items is tax-free. Several countries also provide rental services of an anonymous safety deposit box for those who prefer increased secrecy. This guide to purchasing precious metals products internationally offers you all you need to know about the existing sales tax on precious metals in each country displayed on the map.

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