Form 2439

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Form 2439

A form a mutual fund or other investment company files with the IRS to report any capital gains that were not distributed to shareholders over the course of the year. Shareholders also receive copies of Form 2439.
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2003-56 states that this information should not be reported on 2002 Forms 2439 filed with the Service.
Stockholders who hold the Fund in a taxable account should wait to file their tax returns until both Forms 2439 and 1099-DIV are received.
Shareholders who hold the affected funds in a taxable account should wait to file their tax returns until both Forms 2439 and 1099-DIV are received, and should not base their tax filing on the estimated amounts set forth in this announcement.
Shareholders who hold the affected fund in a taxable account should wait to file their tax returns until both Forms 2439 and 1099-DIV are received.