Mutual Fund Tax Guide
This Tax Guide provides basic information about taxes; including an explanation of each tax form, frequently asked questions and answers, and where to go for further information. To download the guide click here. This Tax Guide is for informational purposes only and to assist you in your tax planning. Calamos Investments is not responsible for this content and recommends you consult your legal or tax advisor who can best assist you in preparing your tax return.
2018 Capital Gains
Capital gains distributions for Calamos mutual funds were announced on December 20, 2018. To view report, click here.
Closed-End Funds Form 8937
Download the report of organizational actions affecting basis of securities for Calamos Closed-End Funds. To view the full list of Closed-End Funds form 8937 click here.
You'll need to know the character of your distributions to prepare your taxes. Income distributions are income you received as a result of a regular fund distribution paid from fund earnings. Capital gains distributions are paid to shareholders of a fund out of the capital gains from the sale of the holdings in the fund's portfolio. Qualified dividends are dividends that are taxed at a lower rate of 15%, or 5% for those in the 15% or lower tax bracket, rather than the higher marginal rates applicable to ordinary income.
Income you earn from your mutual funds and closed-end funds may be taxed by the IRS. These links will take you to information about income, capital gains and qualified dividends issued by your funds.
The percentage of taxable ordinary income distributions that are designated as an interest-related dividend under Internal Revenue Section 871(k)(1)(C) for the Calamos Market Neutral Income Fund was 55.01%.