Hawaii happens to be a recent most state that is considered the 50th state of the United States. It joined the country in the year 1959 and is located in what is known as Oceania. It is the largest island of Polynesia and quite interestingly it does not observe any daylight saving time. Its name is derived from a Hawaiian word which means ‘homeland’.
It experiences tropical climate which is warm and humid enough but attracts recurrent trade winds making their way into this state. Its economy is widely based on military, sugarcane, sandalwood, whaling, pineapple, education and of course tourism.
Taxes on silver sales
There is a specific transactions sales tax rate in Hawaii. 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 4.5%.
No tax exemption for buying silver coins and bullion in this state.
More information on sales tax : http://tax.hawaii.gov/geninfo/get/