Hi, I am considering investing in the Vanguard California Tax-Exempt Money Market Fund, which is exempt from state and fed taxes:http://flagship2.vanguard.com/VGApp/hnw/FundsSnapshot?FundId=0062&FundIntExt=INTHowever, due to some large capital gains this year, I will be in the highest tax bracket for 2005 and also have to pay AMT. So I am wondering if the tax exempt status of the fund will still be applicable since I am paying AMT. In other words, does the AMT liability disqualify the tax exemption ?Also, I normally file with Turbotax. Will the extra tax complexity of this fund make my federal and state tax filing significantly more tedious than it already is ?Many thanks, enjoy the board..Dave
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