South Dakota is positioned in the Midwestern part of the Unites States and is named after Native American tribes. It is one of the largest as well as densest states of the country.
It became a part of the great American culture in 1889 and is intersected into two halves. Thus creating the ‘West River’ and ‘East River’ that makes the eastern half more fertile and western side more into tourism and ranching. Mention has to be made about it being bound by Iowa and Minnesota in the east, North Dakota in the north and Wyoming and Montana in the west and Nebraska in the south.
Taxes on silver sales
There is a specific transactions sales tax rate in South Dakota. This tax is applied for each sale and represents 4% of the price. There are some additional local sales tax required by cities or/and by the county, consequently the total sale tax amount varies between 4% and 6%.
Actually, this sales tax is not applied to silver coins and bullion purchases in this state.
More information on sales tax : http://dor.sd.gov/Taxes/Business_Taxes/Tax_Types/Municipal_Tax/Sales_Tax_Rate_Charts.aspx