The state of Kansas is named after the Kansa tribe and the name means ‘people of the south wind.’ Not to mention that the coming of the Europeans in 1830’s changed the whole scenario. It is located in the Midwestern part of the United States and in 1861 it became a free state.
It experiences humid continental climate that indicates cold winters with hot and humid summers. Its economy is dependent on petroleum, mining, transportation equipment, publishing, food processing, machinery, apparel, chemical products, commercial and private aircraft along with agriculture. It is bounded by Oklahoma in the south, Nebraska in the north, Colorado in the west and Missouri in the east.
Taxes on silver sales
There is a specific transactions sales tax rate in Kansas. This tax is applied for each sale and represents 6.15% 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 6.15% and 10.15%.
No tax exemption for buying silver coins and bullion in this state
More information on sales tax : https://www.kssst.kdor.ks.gov/lookup.cfm?CFID=431510&CFTOKEN=85235776&jsessionid=5e30d20671d1df76217977e37741d5a35382