Payment from the fund of dividends or capital gains of the portfolio. Distributions may be paid in cash or reinvested to purchase additional shares.
Payments to investors after the realisation of investments of the partnership.
The income or capital gain made by a mutual fund that is paid to the fund's investors.
Either (1) withdrawals made by the owner from an individual retirement account (IRA), or (2) payments of dividends and/or capital gains by a mutual fund.
Capital gains, (long or short-term) interest or dividends paid to bond holders and shareholders. These can be received as cash or stock and they are treated as closed lots for tax purposes. Return of capital is also a type of distribution. Distributions from mutual fund shares are easily reinvested into more shares and the compounding of reinvested shares can add substantially to the cumulative return of a fund.
Entitlements arising on securities such as dividends, interests and non-cash distributions such as bonus shares.
Distributions represent income generated from a mutual fund. Money market funds and fixed income funds generate interest income on a monthly or quarterly basis whereas equity funds typically generate net capital gains an annual basis. Distributions may be paid out to an investor or reinvested back into the investment account.
Amounts paid to shareholders of a mutual fund. Income distributions represent income received by the fund and may be taxable or tax-exempt. Capital gain distributions represent capital gains received by the fund and are taxable, even if the fund invests in tax-exempt securities. Nontaxable distributions represent the return of capital investors paid into the fund and are not subject to income tax.
Payments made to investors out of the earnings of a company or trust.
Any capital gain or dividend income paid to a fund unit holder.
Payments to unitholders of income realized by a fund of pooled monies. Distributions can be made up of interest, dividends or capital gains. The type and frequency of the distribution is dependent on the [pooled, mutual] fund.
These can be capital gains, dividends, and return of capital that are made by a mutual fund to shareholders and reported on IRS Form 1099-DIV. Distributions also include fund withdrawals from annuities and retirement plans, which would be reported on Form 1099-R.
Income paid out from a unit trust* or OEIC* in the form of interest* or dividends*.
Entitlements arising on securities that are loaned out, e.g., dividends, interest, and non-cash distributions.
Distributions are payments made from a private equity fund to its investors. They are made up of the income and capital realised from investments less expenses and liabilities. Once a limited partner has had their cost of investment returned, further distributions are actual profit.
Withdrawals from a retirement plan or IRA. Also, payments of dividends and/or capital gains by a mutual fund, which can trigger significant tax consequences for an investor. See Mutual Funds:Taxes.
The payment of realized capital gain by the fund. The shareholder has the option of receiving any realized capital gain distributions in cash or reinvesting in the fund (purchasing additional shares for his/her account at net asset value.)
Dividends income and capital gains generally paid by mutual fund companies to their shareholders.
Payments from fund or corporate cash flow. May include dividends from earnings, capital gains from sale of portfolio holdings and return of capital. Fund distributions can be made by check or by investing in additional shares. Funds are required to distribute capital gains (if any) to shareholders at least once per year. Some Corporations offer Dividend Reinvestment Plans (DRP).
Dividends paid to a fund investor accounting for the income (and in some cases realised capital gains) accruing to an investment fund.
Payments to investors by a mutual fund from income or from profit realized from sales of securities.
income payments from managed investments. Such payments comprise a share of any net income and realised capital gains earned by an investment over a financial year. The components, which generally make up a distribution, are profits from the sale of assets, income and currency gains.
Payments, including dividends and capital returns, from fund or corporate cash flow.
1: The payment, to investors, of realized capital gains on securities within the portfolio of a mutual fund or closed-end investment company. See: Closed End Management Company; Mutual Fund 2: Sale of a large block of securities over a period to avoid a decline in their prices. Technical analysts consider distribution patterns to predict when the security's price will fall. See: Accumulation Area; Distribution Area
Payments to shareholders of income realized by the Fund. Distributions can comprise interest, dividends or capital gains. The type and frequency of the distribution is dependent on the fund. Generally, distributions comprise only the "taxable income" of the fund. Fund distributions can be made by check or by investing in additional shares.
Payments to investors by a mutual fund from income or profit that has been realised from the sale of securities