Invest in Wyoming
Earn tax-exempt income while investing in Wyoming
Earn tax-exempt income while investing in Wyoming.
You can invest in a diverse set of projects in Wyoming by buying municipal bonds through Neighborly. Bonds support projects ranging from schools and parks to bridges and highways, all critical to the development of communities and the state.
Past projects funded by Wyoming bonds
University of Wyoming Student Housing
Municipal bond funding is a key component in building student housing for any university. The University of Wyoming in Laramie was able to leverage bond funding to redevelop land into affordable student housing near its campus.
Improving Air and Water Quality
Industries looking to reduce their environmental impact often look to bond-backed loans and funding from the government to stay compliant with pollution control standards. The Shute Creek Gas Treating Facility is just one that used bond funding for pollution control and waste disposal facilities to that end.
Renewable Energy Initiatives
Wyoming offers a number of different types of municipal bonds to fund investment into new sources of renewable energy. In addition, they also help fund energy conservation projects like mass transit, gas/energy efficiency in vehicles and buildings, and energy efficiency education programs.
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