This site will help Invesco shareholders with tax information pertaining to their Invesco Investments.
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|Cost basis information|
|Cost basis information||Information related to cost basis reporting and requirements.|
|Form 8937- Report of Organizational Actions Affecting Basis of Securities||Information related to corporate actions including items such as mergers, fund liquidations and reclassifications that impact cost basis reporting.|
|Open-end||The Invesco guide to completing your tax return for open end funds.|
|Closed-end||The Invesco guide to completing your tax return for closed-end funds.|
|Unit trust||This guide will help you with your tax questions for unit trusts.|
|Tax resources (open-end)|
|Scheduled tax mailings||This section of the guide includes details on the various tax forms issued to shareholders as well as the mailing schedule.|
|Glossary of tax and investment terms||This section of the guide provides definitions for various tax terms.|
|Direct deposit refund||This section of the guide details information on how to have your IRS refund sent to your Invesco account. It's an easy way to invest!|
|Tax-advantaged investment plans||This section of the guide will help familiarize you with the basics on IRA accounts as well as the Coverdell Education Savings account.|
|State/territory exempt dividends||This document is used to help identify state tax liabilities for states that allow special treatment for earning derived from federal obligations.|
|US government obligations||This document is used to help identify federal interest earnings derived from government obligations to assist with state tax liability calculations.|
|Foreign tax credit||This document is used to help identify foreign tax credits certain funds elected to pass through to shareholders in dividends.|
|Primary distribution file||This document contains information that will assist financial intermediaries with preparing IRS Form 1099-DIV for payees. The document includes tax information specific to the distribution of dividends, capital gains, foreign tax paid, alternative minimum tax (AMT), and return of capital. Note: Does not include information for Invesco's real estate funds, which are provided on a separate document.|
|NRA distribution file
|This document contains information that will assist financial intermediaries with preparing IRS Form 1042-S for payees that are Non-Resident Alien.
|Secondary distribution file (Real Estate Funds only)||This document contains more information specific to Invesco's real estate funds that will assist financial intermediaries with preparing IRS Form 1099-DIV for payees. This document additionally includes tax information specific to federal obligations, foreign source income, and U.S. State/Territory specific reporting.|
|Tax resources (closed-end)|
|State/territory exempt dividends||This document is used to help identify tax-exempt income by state.|
|2017 distribution information (retail funds)||This document provides 2017 distributions for a majority of retail funds.|
|2017 distribution information (fund of funds)||This document provides 2017 distributions for asset allocation, target date and other fund of funds.|
|2018 dividend calendar||This document provides the estimated dividend record, ex date and payable dates for applicable funds in 2018.|
Due to the nature of REIT investments, the IRS Form 1099-DIV and Form 1099-B on Invesco Real Estate Fund, Invesco Global Real Estate Income Fund and Invesco Global Real Estate Fund will typically be sent in February instead of in January with the other funds. This means that account holders with other funds receiving a Form 1099-DIV and/or Form 1099-B will receive the forms separately and on different dates. This delay on the Real Estate form will help reduce the risk of a corrected form being needed due to incomplete dividend information being initially reported.
None of the information in the Tax Center should be considered tax or legal advice. You should consult your legal or tax advisor for information concerning your individual situation.
The forms and statements shown in the Tax Center are for illustrative purposes only. Prices and per share values may not be the actual prices and values for the dates and accounts shown. CUSIP and federal tax identification numbers are not the actual numbers assigned to Invesco funds.
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