Buying Gold and Silver in Wyoming
Wyoming is a state placed in the Western United States in a mountainous and rigid area. The state is the least populated from all US states, with an estimated 586,107 residents in 2015. The capital city is Cheyenne and has approximately 91,000 people. Wyoming has its economy focused on mineral resources such as coal, natural gas, crude oil, diamonds, and uranium. Also, much of Wyoming land is government-owned, including two national parks: Grand Teton and Yellowstone. In recent year, the state also has the tourist sector rapidly increasing.
Local coin shows
Coin collecting is a highly popular hobby prevalent around the world. You can witness the passion for it as more and more coin enthusiasts are traveling to different states and countries to attend famous national and international coin shows. USA sees many coin shows throughout the year, and Wyoming is among the states which host a few of the most famous coin shows of the nation. If you are planning to visit Wyoming soon, take a look at the most popular coins shows in this state which are listed below.
Scheduled for March 25-26, 2017, and September 23-24, 2017, the expo is a great opportunity for coin passionates to discover local treasures. With free admission, the show has focus on US and world coins, tokens, currency, and stamps.
A two-day event, scheduled for February 18-19, 2017. The show will present products such as coins, currency, stamps, gold, silver and platinum bullion.
Breaking Down Bullion Sales Tax in Wyoming
In Wyoming there is a sales tax of 4%, that in some cities can be as high as 6% due to other local taxes, that is applicable to coins or precious metal bullion purchases. Before making any purchase from local dealers, make sure to inquire regarding the sales tax applicable or any extra local taxes.
Bullion Exchanges being an out of state retailer does not have to charge any sales tax to the residents of Wyoming. Please feel free to browse through our tax-free gold and silver products. However, since we are not a sales tax expert, it is advisable to check with a tax professional before making a purchase as there may be a local Use tax applicable.
Local / Online Gold and Silver Dealers
If you wish to receive your gold by mail, order your bullion by post from the online or local coin dealers mentioned below or you may check out BullionExchanges coin webstore:1. D & J Coins Address: 194 N Main St, Sheridan, WY 82801 Phone number: 307-672-2177, 800-735-8331 Hours of Operation: Monday to Saturday: 9 am - 5:30 pm Services: Wholesale, Retail, Buying and Estate Liquidation, and Appraisals. Specialties: United States Coins, Dollars, Gold Coins, 19th Century Silver Coins, Early Type, 20th Century Coins, Early Copper, Commemoratives, Small Cents, Colonial Coins, Nickel Coinage, Territorial Issues, Patterns, Mint Errors, Bullion Coins, Tokens/Medals, Ancient Coins, World Coins, and Currency.