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You are able to transfer assets including money market funds from one institution to another without incurring capital gains. To do so you would have to complete the transfer as a transfer "in-kind" and the receiving institution would have to be approved to hold the money market funds you are transferring.
You would incur capital gains tax if you liquidated the money market funds. In the event of liquidation you would be subject to capital gains on the growth of the money market funds.
Generally, money market funds pay dividends on your original investment so you are paying capital gains tax as you go. It would be very odd for you to be subject to a large capital gain amount if your money had only been invested in a money market fund.
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If you already sold the stocks then you will have capital gains or losses from that transaction.
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