If you are interested in collecting or investing in precious metal bullion, you are probably well aware that these are far from your average purchases. Indeed, there are important local and federal taxes and regulations to consider before purchasing bullion.
A smart investor will research these regulations thoroughly before moving forward with a purchase. Here, we’ve put together the tax laws you will need to be aware of if you choose to purchase in the state of Missouri.
Missouri Sales Tax
Luckily for investors, the state of Missouri exempts bullion and investment coins from a state sales tax. The metal must be at least 0.900 pure for this to apply. However, paper currency and non-legal collectibles are not exempt from a sales tax rate of 4.225 percent.
Missouri Capital Gains Tax
All states must adhere to a federal capital gains tax when it comes to precious metal purchases. The rate you will be charged depends on your income level; however, the percentage will not exceed 28 percent.
A truly diversified portfolio includes precious metals, so when you're planning for retirement, consider adding qualified bullion to your Self Directed IRA. Contact us to get started or visit our Precious Metals IRA page to learn how you can invest.
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