Nebraska - LOCAL DIRECTORY GUIDE
The Great Plains state of Nebraska was not heavily settled by people of European descent until the California Gold Rush in 1848. The trail to California was abandoned by many adventurers who decided to settle in beautiful places they originally meant to pass through.
Despite the settlement that occurred in that time and pioneers who made their way there over the next decades, Nebraska is one of the least densely populated areas of the United States. Its prairie grasslands have made Nebraska a major cattle producer, although it is most famous for its corn.
Bullion Sales Tax in Nebraska
Beginning in April of 2014, Nebraska made bullion and currency purchases exempt from sales tax. This exemption applies to coins, paper currency, Precious Metals, and other numismatic items (http://www.nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/statutes.php?statute=77-2704.66).
Precious Metal and Coin Dealers Near Me
If you seek a reputable local wholesaler near you where you might make purchases in person, allow APMEX to be of service. Browse our list of wholesale dealers who may be able to assist you:
Thank you for joining APMEX in supporting local wholesalers. We believe that personal relationships are an important part of the Precious Metals industry, and while we hope to be your go-to retailer, we also encourage you to reach out to local companies, too. Local experts in the Precious Metals industry may be a valuable source of information and camaraderie as you continue down your path of investing and collecting.
Local City Information
- Omaha, Nebraska Local Directory
Omaha, Nebraska, is really the bread basket of America. As the home of both packaged-food monolith ConAgra Foods and the Berkshire Hathaway holding company, companies headquartered in Omaha touch your life every day. Omaha and its environs also offer several well-regarded Precious Metal dealers and coin shops for investors and collectors.
View Omaha City Guide