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If an investor’s units are held in a tax-exempt or qualified account, the investor should send a copy of the Grantor Letter (include all pages) to the trustee of the investor’s account.
The trustee will need this information to prepare the investor’s annual statement.
Distributions Historical Breakdown Distributions to stockholders are characterized for federal income tax purposes as: (i) ordinary income; (ii) non-taxable return of capital; or (iii) long-term capital gain.
To the extent that a distribution exceeds both current and accumulated earnings and profits and the stockholders’ basis in the common shares, the distributions will generally be treated as a gain from the sale or exchange of such stockholders’ common shares.At the beginning of each year, the Company notifies its stockholders of the taxability of the distributions paid during the preceding year.