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The National Coin & Bullion Association is the trade name for the Industry Council for Tangible Assets, Inc., which is a 501(c)(6) tax-exempt trade association dedicated to the numismatic and precious-metals bullion communities. NCBA exists to promote and safeguard the interests of its members, serving as the industry’s watchdog to maintain a favorable legislative and regulatory climate in the United States federal government and individual state governments. The association provides a medium through which its members may confer, consult, cooperate with, and educate governmental and other agencies to solve problems affecting their businesses. NCBA also offers its members assistance and information on new and existing laws and regulations and promotes harmony and cooperation among its members to advance the welfare of the numismatic communities. https://linktr.ee/wearencba
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  • Big News from Kentucky!

    Exciting news for numismatic enthusiasts in the Bluegrass State! Kentucky has become the 44th state to enact a full or partial sales-tax exemption on coins, paper money, and precious-metal bullion sales, taking effect on August 1, 2024.

    This legislation is the result of years of dedicated advocacy by stakeholders who have tirelessly worked to emphasize the economic benefits of the exemption. This momentous change will benefit dealers, collectors, and the numismatic market as a whole.

    Stay updated on legislative movements in other states by following us on X/Twitter! We'll share any significant updates there as they happen.

    For more information, read https://bit.ly/3xBX46k.
    🌟 Big News from Kentucky! 🌟 Exciting news for numismatic enthusiasts in the Bluegrass State! Kentucky has become the 44th state to enact a full or partial sales-tax exemption on coins, paper money, and precious-metal bullion sales, taking effect on August 1, 2024. 💰 This legislation is the result of years of dedicated advocacy by stakeholders who have tirelessly worked to emphasize the economic benefits of the exemption. This momentous change will benefit dealers, collectors, and the numismatic market as a whole. Stay updated on legislative movements in other states by following us on X/Twitter! We'll share any significant updates there as they happen. 📲 For more information, read https://bit.ly/3xBX46k. 🔗
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  • New Hampshire is an easy state! They have no sales tax, so no coins, bullion, or paper money is taxed. #NewHampshire #Taxes #Coins
    New Hampshire is an easy state! They have no sales tax, so no coins, bullion, or paper money is taxed. 💰🚫 #NewHampshire #Taxes #Coins
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  • We're looking for more CCC members from New Jersey! Senate Bill 721 saw significant progress as it unanimously cleared the Senate Committee and passed the Senate with strong support. Efforts continue to advance the bill through the Assembly, focusing on securing additional backing for its passage. Joining is free and open to any coin collectors. All you have to do is identify your representatives and you can help us fight for sales tax exemptions! Visit the link in our bio to learn more. #Coins #CoinCollector #Free #Numismatics
    We're looking for more CCC members from New Jersey! Senate Bill 721 🎉 saw significant progress as it unanimously cleared the Senate Committee and passed the Senate with strong support. Efforts continue to advance the bill through the Assembly, focusing on securing additional backing for its passage. Joining is free and open to any coin collectors. All you have to do is identify your representatives and you can help us fight for sales tax exemptions! Visit the link in our bio to learn more. #Coins 💰 #CoinCollector 🪙 #Free 🆓 #Numismatics 🎉
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  • Urgent Call to Action for Kentuckians!

    Attention, all Kentuckians! We need your support to ensure the passage of critical sales-tax exemptions for currency and bullion included in House Bill 8. Despite overwhelming support from both chambers of the Kentucky state assembly, Governor Andy Beshear has unfortunately vetoed this provision.

    House Bill 8 was amended in committee to include a vital currency and bullion sales-tax exemption that originated as Senate Bill 105 before soaring through the House with an impressive 73–11 vote. Despite challenges to the exemption in the Senate committees, our perseverance paid off, and the bill—including the exemption amendment—passed unanimously. Now Governor Beshear’s line-item veto threatens to halt this progress.

    But there’s still hope! Lawmakers will reconvene in Frankfort on April 12, where they can override his veto. This final decision rests with House and Senate Leadership, with the support of the rest of the legislature.

    Take action TODAY: contact your legislators and urge them to override Governor Beshear’s veto of the sales-tax exemptions in House Bill 8. Let them know that this legislation is vital for Kentucky’s prosperity and you stand firmly behind its passage. Find your state legislators’ contact information here: https://bit.ly/3UdzV1N

    Share this alert with fellow Kentucky coin dealers, collectors, and investors. Every voice matters in this critical moment! #HouseBill8 #KentuckyProsperity
    🚨 Urgent Call to Action for Kentuckians! 🚨 Attention, all Kentuckians! We need your support to ensure the passage of critical sales-tax exemptions for currency and bullion included in House Bill 8. Despite overwhelming support from both chambers of the Kentucky state assembly, Governor Andy Beshear has unfortunately vetoed this provision. House Bill 8 was amended in committee to include a vital currency and bullion sales-tax exemption that originated as Senate Bill 105 before soaring through the House with an impressive 73–11 vote. Despite challenges to the exemption in the Senate committees, our perseverance paid off, and the bill—including the exemption amendment—passed unanimously. Now Governor Beshear’s line-item veto threatens to halt this progress. But there’s still hope! Lawmakers will reconvene in Frankfort on April 12, where they can override his veto. This final decision rests with House and Senate Leadership, with the support of the rest of the legislature. Take action TODAY: contact your legislators and urge them to override Governor Beshear’s veto of the sales-tax exemptions in House Bill 8. Let them know that this legislation is vital for Kentucky’s prosperity and you stand firmly behind its passage. Find your state legislators’ contact information here: https://bit.ly/3UdzV1N Share this alert with fellow Kentucky coin dealers, collectors, and investors. Every voice matters in this critical moment! #HouseBill8 #KentuckyProsperity 🌟
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  • Have you heard of the FinCEN Files? They're one of the many topics Gary Knaus discussed in his presentation about the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020. The full recording is available for NCBA dealer members! #Coins #Law #ICTA #GaryKnaus
    🔍 Have you heard of the FinCEN Files? They're one of the many topics Gary Knaus discussed in his presentation about the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020. The full recording is available for NCBA dealer members! #Coins #Law #ICTA #GaryKnaus 🌟
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  • If you haven’t checked out our membership benefits lately, you may be excited to learn that we’ve added a grading voucher to CAC Grading for Copper members and above! As always, these members also get a grading voucher from ANACS, ICG, NGC, and PCGS. #Members #Join #CoinGrading #CAC
    🔍 If you haven’t checked out our membership benefits lately, you may be excited to learn that we’ve added a grading voucher to CAC Grading for Copper members and above! As always, these members also get a grading voucher from ANACS, ICG, NGC, and PCGS. #Members #Join #CoinGrading #CAC
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  • Let's take a look at Connecticut! Rare or antique coins, gold or silver bullion, and gold or silver legal tender of any nation that are sold based on their metal value are exempt from sales tax as long as the total value is $1,000 or more. Also, platinum or palladium coins and bullion would not be exempt unless they have some numismatic value instead of just bullion value. Paper money is still subject to the state sales tax of 6.35%. #Connecticut #Taxes #Coins
    🔍 Let's take a look at Connecticut! 🌟 Rare or antique coins, gold or silver bullion, and gold or silver legal tender of any nation that are sold based on their metal value are exempt from sales tax as long as the total value is $1,000 or more. 💰 Also, platinum or palladium coins and bullion would not be exempt unless they have some numismatic value instead of just bullion value. 💰 Paper money is still subject to the state sales tax of 6.35%. #Connecticut #Taxes #Coins 🏛️📜
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  • How much could the Corporate Transparency Act cost corporations? Some estimate up to $96 billion, but Gary Knaus has different ideas. NCBA dealers have access to the full video to hear more of his thoughts! #Coins #Law #ICTA #GaryKnaus
    💰 How much could the Corporate Transparency Act cost corporations? Some estimate up to $96 billion, but Gary Knaus has different ideas. NCBA dealers have access to the full video to hear more of his thoughts! #Coins #Law #ICTA #GaryKnaus 💼
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  • We need Concerned Collectors Coalition members from Kentucky! There's active legislation currently moving through the state's legislature, and the more collectors we can call on to support it, the better! Joining is quick and free – just click on the link in our bio and scroll down to 'NCBA Membership Info' to join. #Coins #Kentucky #Join #Free
    We need Concerned Collectors Coalition members from Kentucky! 📣 There's active legislation currently moving through the state's legislature, and the more collectors we can call on to support it, the better! 💪 Joining is quick and free – just click on the link in our bio and scroll down to 'NCBA Membership Info' to join. #Coins #Kentucky #Join #Free
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  • This is an eventful time of year at NCBA! We have active legislation in Kentucky and New Jersey, with some exciting and unexpected movement happening in Alaska as well. We'll continue to post any major updates here, but if you want to stay up-to-date on the most recent news, follow us on X/Twitter! Just follow the link in our bio and click on the X logo to go directly to our account. #News #Taxes #Coins
    This is an eventful time of year at NCBA! 🎉 We have active legislation in Kentucky and New Jersey, with some exciting and unexpected movement happening in Alaska as well. ❄️ We'll continue to post any major updates here, but if you want to stay up-to-date on the most recent news, follow us on X/Twitter! Just follow the link in our bio and click on the X logo to go directly to our account. #News #Taxes #Coins
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  • In Texas, the sale of gold, silver, or numismatic coins, or platinum, gold, or silver bullion is exempted from the state sales tax of 6.25%. Even partial exemptions like this are fantastic news for the numismatic and bullion communities! #CoinCollecting #TaxInfo #Texas #PreciousMetals #Numismatics
    🤠 In Texas, the sale of gold, silver, or numismatic coins, or platinum, gold, or silver bullion is exempted from the state sales tax of 6.25%. Even partial exemptions like this are fantastic news for the numismatic and bullion communities! 💰✨ #CoinCollecting #TaxInfo #Texas #PreciousMetals #Numismatics 🤑
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  • If you've been following us closely, you'll already know that new legislation has been passed in Wisconsin, changing the tax laws around coins and bullion. Before this bill, all numismatic material was taxed. Now, collector coins and bullion are all exempt! This is a huge win for the numismatic community, and we were thrilled to hear the news. #Wisconsin #News #Taxes #Coins
    If you've been following us closely, you'll already know that new legislation has been passed in Wisconsin, changing the tax laws around coins and bullion. 📜 Before this bill, all numismatic material was taxed. 💰 Now, collector coins and bullion are all exempt! 🎉 This is a huge win for the numismatic community, and we were thrilled to hear the news. #Wisconsin #News #Taxes #Coins
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  • Curious why the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 is only taking effect three years later? Gary Knaus addressed this in his talk at FUN! The complete recording is now available for all NCBA dealer members. #Reels #FYP #Explore #Coins #Taxes #Gold
    Curious why the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020 is only taking effect three years later? Gary Knaus addressed this in his talk at FUN! 🎤 The complete recording is now available for all NCBA dealer members. 📼 #Reels #FYP #Explore #Coins #Taxes #Gold
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  • Breaking News!

    Exciting update for Wisconsin's economy: The Legislature just passed a sales-tax exemption on precious-metal bullion sales! Governor Tony Evers signed it into law, effective March 22, 2024. This makes Wisconsin the 43rd state to do so. Huge thanks to all involved! Check out the full release here: https://bit.ly/3x3IOmD #Wisconsin #HistoricWin #TaxExemption
    🎉 Breaking News! 🎉 Exciting update for Wisconsin's economy: The Legislature just passed a sales-tax exemption on precious-metal bullion sales! Governor Tony Evers signed it into law, effective March 22, 2024. This makes Wisconsin the 43rd state to do so. Huge thanks to all involved! Check out the full release here: https://bit.ly/3x3IOmD #Wisconsin #HistoricWin #TaxExemption
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  • Oregon is a simple state! They have no state sales tax, so no coins, bullion, or paper money are taxed. Oregon is one of a handful of states with no sales tax, which makes things easy for collectors! #CoinCollecting #Tax #Info #Oregon
    Oregon is a simple state! They have no state sales tax, so no coins, bullion, or paper money are taxed. Oregon is one of a handful of states with no sales tax, which makes things easy for collectors! 🌲💰 #CoinCollecting #Tax #Info #Oregon
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