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View your tax forms online by logging into online account access and selecting the Statements & Tax Forms tab. If this is the first time you are logging into your account, you may establish a User Name and Password here.
Tax forms will be available online for up to seven years (starting with 2011 tax forms).
The 2018 Shareholder Tax Information Guide contains the following information to assist you with your federal and state income tax returns:
Shareholders who must file Form 1116 are not required to report income passed through from a mutual fund on a country-by-country basis. See the Specific Instructions Part I of Form 1116 for more details.
Why did I receive Form 1099-DIV?
The Oakmark Fund in which you invest paid a distribution (dividends and/or capital gains) greater than $10. Whether you take distributions in cash or reinvest them, they are still subject to tax in the year they occur.
Why didn't I receive Form 1099-DIV?
You may not have received Form 1099-DIV because:
How do I read my Form 1099-B?
Form 1099-B now provides your cost basis for redemptions of Oakmark shares purchased on or after January 1, 2012.
Why didn't I receive Form 1099-B?
Form 1099-B may not have been produced because:
Why didn't I receive Form 1099-R?
You may not have received Form 1099-R because:
Why didn't I receive Form 5498 or 5498-ESA?
You made no contributions to your IRA or Coverdell Education Savings Account (ESA) for the prior tax year.
Why did I receive a Form 1099-R when I rolled my distribution to an IRA within the 60-day limit?
Although a direct rollover within the 60-day limit does not generally trigger a taxable event, Oakmark is required to report it to the IRS. However, direct transfers between custodians involving the same type of IRA are generally not reportable on Form 1099-R.
Please check your account history and statements online to determine if you should receive a tax form. Oakmark Investor Service Representatives are available for your questions; however, they cannot provide tax advice.
The above information should not be considered tax advice. Please consult your tax advisor for detailed information applicable to your unique situation.
Whether you prepare your taxes online or you use tax preparation software, use TurboTax® or H&R Block® Tax Software to make your tax preparation easier by downloading your Oakmark Funds tax information directly.
If you have an active Oakmark User ID and Password, simply start your online return and when prompted, enter your User ID and Password to import your Oakmark year-end tax form information.
If you have not yet established a User ID and Password, you must do so prior to initiating the software or online program. Simply follow our instructions to Create a User ID and Password.
Record Date: Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Ex-Dividend Date: Thursday, December 12, 2019
The Board of Trustees of the Oakmark Funds declared the following distributions for 2018:
Cash Payment date: 12/14/2018
Confirmation/post date: 12/14/2018
Generally, Oakmark declares distributions annually. These distributions include income and/or capital gains (short and/or long-term):
Mutual funds earn dividends, interest, and other investment income on the securities in which they invest. A fund subtracts its expenses from this investment income, and it distributes the remainder to its shareholders as income dividend.
When a fund makes a profit from selling securities, it passes that profit on to shareholders as capital gains. Capital gains can be classified as short term or long term.
Short-Term Capital Gains occur from selling shares that have been held by the Fund for one year or less.
Long-Term Capital Gains occur from selling shares that have been held by the Fund for more than a year.
For funds that invest in foreign securities, there may also be an amount for Foreign Tax Credit. Mutual funds are allowed to pass taxes paid to foreign governments through to their shareholders.
The following are important dates in the distribution process:
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Date of first use: January 24, 2013.