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Hawaii Gold Dealers

Category: Hawaii Bullion & Coin Dealers / Gold Buyers HI

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Buying Gold and Silver in Hawaii

Hawaii, known for its stunning natural beauty and unique cultural heritage, also hosts a modest yet diverse market for gold and silver trading.

Despite having a smaller number of dealers, Hawaii’s precious metals market is characterized by its quality and variety, offering unique opportunities for both tourists and local investors alike.

Buying Gold in Hawaii - Hawaiian Beach

In Hawaii, the selection of gold and silver dealers may be limited, but the options available cater to a wide range of interests. These dealers, located across the islands, provide services ranging from the sale of bullion and coins to numismatic collectibles, as detailed in our list of gold dealers in Hawaii and Hawaii gold buyers.

Buying from Hawaii Gold Dealers

With its unique geographical and economic position, purchasing gold and silver in Hawaii requires thoughtful consideration and research.

Buyers are advised to review the reputation of dealers through customer feedback available on various platforms, including our website. The Hawaii BBB and the Hawaii Chamber of Commerce can also be consulted for additional insights and potential recommendations for reputable dealers.

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Are Bullion Sales Taxed in Hawaii?bullion sale tax

In Hawaii, precious metals transactions are subject to the state’s general excise tax.

Hawaii imposes a general excise tax, typically around 4%, which is paid by the seller but often passed on to the buyer in the final purchase price. This tax applies to transactions involving bullion and precious metal coins. Unlike a traditional sales tax, this excise tax is levied on the business rather than directly on the consumer, affecting the overall cost of gold and silver purchases.

For more information about the specific tax regulations on gold and silver sales in Hawaii, it’s recommended to consult the state tax authorities or a professional advisor.

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IMPORTANT: The above tax details are listed for information purposes only and are believed correct at time of publication. Bullion.Directory are not tax experts. All enquiries about local and state taxes should be addressed to the appropriate local body. Taxes and taxation are subject to change.