Invest in Government
Earn tax-exempt income* by investing in government
Government projects funded by municipal bonds are helping build new libraries and public buildings, improve recreational facilities and preserve historical sites. Invest in the future of your community and the country.
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Past projects funded by government bonds
New Libraries and Public Buildings
The Metropolitan Government of Denver, Colorado is one of many local governments that leans on municipal bonds to improve various city structures and build new ones. The $550 million Better Denver Bond program allowed for projects like the Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales Branch Library in West Colfax to be built.
Recreation and Parks
Local governments often use public investment to create improvements to recreational facilities and parks.The city of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, combined public investment with federal grants to create a 12-mile greenway system spanning the city and its surrounding areas.
Historical Sites and Museums
Preservation of historical sites and buildings is an often-overlooked role of local governments, and educating people about those sites is equally important. New York acquired a parcel of land in Indian Lake to preserve a museum and to improve visitor services as part of the Adirondack Historical Association Project.
*Many bond issuances for government are exempt from federal and state income tax for investors who live in that state. Always check the bond documents for details about the specific issuance you are investing in. Each investor has their own unique tax implications. Please consult your tax professional for further information.
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