End-of-the-Year Flight From Tax Gives Florida Funds a Boost

Fine, Jacob
January 2003
Bond Buyer;1/3/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31545, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on an increase in cash inflows at the end of 2002 in Florida due to investments made by taxpayers into in-state municipal money market funds. Effect of the investments on national funds; Efforts made by Florida lawmakers to bring back the amount of taxes due under the state's property tax law; Implications of a full repeal of taxes for investors; Growth in Florida's municipal money market funds in December 2002.


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