Taxable money market fund investments include U.S. Treasury securities, federal agency notes, certificates of deposit, and commercial paper. Typically, tax-exempt money market funds, which seek to pay dividends that are exempt from federal income tax and/or state income tax, invest in instruments issued by state and local governments or what are called municipal securities. Some of these securities may employ credit enhancements such as bond insurance.

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