Many states have sales tax exemption for bullion purchases.
|Alabama||“Therefore, exemption is allowed only if the sale is for resale in the regular course of business or if the gold becomes an ingredient or a component of a new article for sale. Sales to purchasers for investment or speculation are fully taxable”||Source|
|Alaska||No state sales tax, though local governments may still tax.||Source|
|California||Exemption when over $1500. No tax on California Gold bullion coins.||Source|
|Colorado||No sales tax on any amount of bullion.||Source|
|Florida||Exemption when over $500||Source|
|Iowa||No sales tax on any amount of bullion.||Source|
|Massachusetts||Exemption when over $1000.||Source|
|Michigan||No sales tax on Gold, Silver, and Platinum bullion||Source|
All sales fully taxable unless reseller.
|Pennsylvania||No sales tax on Coins and Bullion|
|South Dakota||No sales tax on any amount of bullion.||Source|
|Texas||Exemption when over $1000.||Source|
No sales tax on any amount of bullion.
Wyoming No sales tax on any amount of bullion.