Mutual Fund Tax Reporting Information


Shareholders of Maple Leaf Resource Class and Income Class (together the “Mutual Funds”) will receive a T5 - Statement of Investment Income ("T5") in order to complete their tax reporting for the year.   The T5 will report any income earned by the Mutual Funds for the year.

 

Your PersonaL T5 - Statement of INVESTMENT INCOME

If you are a Maple Leaf Resource Class or Income Class investor, your T5 with respect to your investment is due to be sent to you on or before the last day of February of each year. These T5 's are sent to you directly from our back office Investment Administration Solution Inc. (IAS).   If you require a reprint of your tax slip please contact us directly.

Please note, there were no T5s issued for the 2011 taxation year as there was nothing to report.

 

IMPORTANT LINKS AND TAX RELATED INFORMATION

   Maple Leaf Resource Class (CDO100)
 
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DISTRIBUTIONS        
 
 

FUND CODE:     CDO100

INCEPTION DATE:     March 18, 2011

    CAPITAL GAINS DISTRIBUTION 2012:  $0.4702(1)

    CAPITAL GAINS DISTRIBUTION 2013:  $3.6005090 (2)

    CAPITAL GAINS DISTRIBUTION 2014:  $3.21620 (3)

    ELIGIBLE DIVIDEND 2014:  $0.15715 (4)

    CAPITAL GAINS DISTRIBUTION 2015:  $7.56817 (5)

    ELIGIBLE DIVIDEND 2015:  $0.02720 (6)

    CAPITAL GAINS DISTRIBUTION 2016:  $1.00 (7)

    ELIGIBLE DIVIDEND 2016:  $0.01746 (8)
    CAPITAL GAINS DISTRIBUTION 2017:  $1.10(9)

     

    (1)  On January 30, 2012, the Maple Leaf Resource Class paid a capital gains distribution of $0.4702 per Series A share to all Series A shareholders of record as of January 27, 2012. 

    (2) On January 29, 2013, the Maple Leaf Resource Class paid a capital gains of $3.6005090 per Series A share to all Series A shareholders of record as of January 29, 2013. This capital gain distribution was primarily a result of the portfolio manager selling $0 adjusted cost base flow-through shares with a view to upgrading and re-balancing the portfolio. The annual capital gains distributions will not be paid in cash, but will instead be reinvested and reported as a taxable distribution.  The reinvested capital gains distribution will increase the shareholder’s adjusted cost base for the respective mutual fund.

    (3) Please see the January 23, 2014 news release for complete details on the dividend and share consolidation.

    (4) On November 26, 2014, Maple Leaf Resource Class declared dividends, payable November 28, 2014, in the amounts of $0.15715 per Series A share to shareholders of record on November 26, 2014. The dividends were automatically reinvested in additional shares of the same class and series, and the issued and outstanding shares were consolidated such that the number of shares remains unchanged from the number outstanding immediately prior to the dividend payment such that the net asset value per share is not affected by the dividends. A shareholder will be required to include the amount of the dividends received by the shareholder in income and this same amount will also be added to the adjusted cost base of the shares held by such shareholder. Individual shareholders may have an additional income inclusion, and may be entitled to a dividend tax credit, pursuant to the gross-up and dividend tax credit regime applicable to eligible dividends. It is important to note that the total value of a shareholder’s investment will not change as a result of the dividend and subsequent share consolidation.

    (5) Please see the January 30, 2015 news release for complete details on the capital gains dividends and share consolidation.

    (6) Please see the November 3, 2015 news release for complete details on the dividend and share consolidation.

    (7) Please see the January 27, 2016 news release for complete details on the capital gains dividends and share consolidation.

    (8) Please see the November 17, 2016 news release for complete details on the dividend and share consolidation.
    (9) Please see the January 26, 2017 news release for complete details on the capital gains dividends and share consolidation.

    capital gains dividends and share consolidation  announcement. - See more at: http://www.mapleleaffunds.ca/mutualfund/newsupdates/newsrelease/16-01-27/Capital_Gains_Dividends_and_Share_Consolidation_Announcement_-_Maple_Leaf_Corporate_Funds_Ltd.aspx#sthash.gGE8sx3G.dpuf


       Maple Leaf Income Class (CDO102)
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    DISTRIBUTIONS
     

    FUND CODE:  CDO102

    INCEPTION DATE:  March 18, 2011

    CAPITAL GAINS DISTRIBUTION 2012:  $0.449 (1)

    CAPITAL GAINS DISTRIBUTION 2013:  $0.2058220 (2)

    ELIGIBLE DIVIDEND 2014:  $1.00809 (3)

    ELIGIBLE DIVIDEND 2015: $0.49959 (4)

    ELIGIBLE DIVIDED 2016: $0.33873 (5)

    (1) On January 30, 2012, the Maple Leaf Income Class paid a capital gains distribution of $0.449 per Series A share to all Series A shareholders of record as of January 27, 2012.

    (2) On January 29, 2013, the Maple Leaf Income Class paid a capital gains distribution of $0.2058220 per Series A share to all Series A shareholders of record as of January 29, 2013.  The annual capital gains distributions will not be paid in cash, but will instead be reinvested and reported as a taxable distribution.  The reinvested capital gains distribution will increase the shareholder’s adjusted cost base for the respective mutual fund.

    (3) On November 26, 2014, the Maple Leaf Income Class declared dividends, payable November 28, 2014, in the amounts of $1.00809 to shareholders of record on November 26, 2014. The dividends were automatically reinvested in additional shares of the same class and series, and the issued and outstanding shares were consolidated such that the number of shares remains unchanged from the number outstanding immediately prior to the dividend payment such that the net asset value per share is not affected by the dividends. A shareholder will be required to include the amount of the dividends received by the shareholder in income and this same amount will also be added to the adjusted cost base of the shares held by such shareholder. Individual shareholders may have an additional income inclusion, and may be entitled to a dividend tax credit, pursuant to the gross-up and dividend tax credit regime applicable to eligible dividends. It is important to note that the total value of a shareholder’s investment will not change as a result of the dividend and subsequent share consolidation.

    (4) Please see the November 3, 2015 news release for complete details on the dividend and share consolidation.

    (5) Please see the November 17, 2016 news release for complete details on the dividend and share consolidation.



    The information on this page is not to be considered tax advice. Maple Leaf reminds you that each individual's tax and investment planning situation is unique and professional advice should always be received from a qualified tax and/or investment advisor. We strongly recommend that you consult with your tax advisor to determine the optimal use of these tax deductions as well as the impact to you, if any, with respect to either alternative minimum tax or cumulative net investment losses.