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Single State Municipal Bond Fund

In the United States, a mutual fund that invests exclusively in municipal bonds issued in a single state. The returns from such a fund are exempt from all federal taxes and all state taxes if the bondholder is a resident of that state. A single state municipal bond fund is attractive to locals and encourages them to invest in the fund. It is particularly important in states such as New York, with large populations, and states with high capital gains taxes, such as Oregon.

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All single-state municipal bond funds will be removed from the Muni Short category, which contains both national-focused and state-focused funds.
The Aquila(SM) Group of Funds has made its mark as a niche player in the mutual fund industry, with seven single-state municipal bond funds, a regional equity fund and money market funds, in addition to the new high-yield fund.
Its seven single-state municipal bond funds, are among the leaders of such funds in the states of Hawaii, Arizona, Oregon, Colorado, Kentucky, Utah and Rhode Island.
The article "Picking the Best Tax- Free Funds in Your State" focused on single-state municipal bond funds as "among today's hottest investments," and cautioned readers to look for high average credit ratings, with relatively low expenses and sales commissions.
The Voyageur funds include 27 single-state municipal bond funds and two national tax-free funds.
The article "Picking the Best Tax-Free Funds in Your State" focused on single-state municipal bond funds as "among today's hottest investments," and cautioned readers to look for high average credit ratings, with relatively low expenses and sales commissions.
Voyageur manages 23 open-end single-state municipal bond funds covering 16 states, including California, Florida and New York.
Aquila has five other single-state municipal bond Funds located in Hawaii, Oregon, Arizona, Kentucky and Utah.

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