Municipal Income Funds: State tax information

For the year 2013, income dividends received from investments in the funds listed in the table below are primarily exempt from federal income tax. Dividends that are exempt from federal income tax may or may not be exempt under the laws of a particular state or taxing authority. Generally, however, income from bonds issued by municipalities in a particular state is not taxable in that state. Most states do not grant tax-free treatment to interest from municipal securities of other states. We recommend that you consult your tax advisor in this regard.

Listed here, on a state-by-state basis, is the percentage of interest income earned on municipal obligations of issuers in each such state during 2013.

A note about AMT

A portion of the income paid to the Delaware Investments Closed-end Municipal Income Funds shareholders may be subject to the federal alternative minimum tax (AMT). See Municipal Income Funds: Percentage of interest income subject to AMT.

Percentage of interest income from municipal obligations, by state, for 2013

Delaware Investments® Colorado Municipal Income Fund, Inc.
Colorado 89.31%
Puerto Rico 9.57%
Guam 1.12%
Delaware Investments® Minnesota Municipal Income Fund II, Inc.
Minnesota 97.66%
Puerto Rico 2.27%
Guam 0.07%
Delaware Investments® National Municipal Income Fund
Alaska 0.56%
Arizona 12.74%
California 14.35%
Colorado 1.32%
Delaware 0.12%
District of Columbia 0.31%
Florida 3.30%
Georgia 1.92%
Hawaii 0.40%
Idaho 2.10%
Illinois 0.81%
Indiana 0.19%
Iowa 0.39%
Kansas 0.19%
Louisiana 2.69%
Maine 0.48%
Maryland 2.69%
Massachusetts 0.88%
Minnesota 2.01%
Missouri 2.33%
New Hampshire 0.43%
New Jersey 4.66%
New Mexico 0.60%
New York 15.13%
North Carolina 0.05%
North Dakota 0.10%
Ohio 2.47%
Oregon 2.55%
Pennsylvania 7.13%
Puerto Rico 4.99%
South Carolina 0.03%
Texas 6.95%
Virginia 1.65%
West Virginia 1.03%
Wisconsin 0.54%
Wyoming 0.39%
Guam 1.52%

The information contained in the Tax Center is not intended to be legal or tax advice. If you need assistance preparing your tax return, please consult a tax advisor.

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