|Item ID||Item Name||Definition||Header|
|fdcaldt||Dividend Calendar Date||Calendar date for which dividend applies||CalDt|
Long-Term (CL), Short-Term (CS), and Mid-Term (CM) Capital Gain codes are defined by the tax code. Most often the short-term gain is for an investment sold at a profit that was held for less than a year. Mid-term capital gain is defined as an investment sold at a profit that was held for more than one year. Mid-term capital gain is effective for the period between July 29, 1997- December 31, 1997, for investments held for more than one year but less than 18 months. In this same period, long-term capital gain is declared on those investments held for more than 18 months.
In some cases, a fund may have both Taxable (DT) and Untaxed (DU or DE) Dividends. Tax-exempt funds may have a small portion of a taxable dividend. For tax-exempt funds, most if not all income dividends are exempt from federal income tax. However, it is possible that a tax-exempt fund could earn taxable interest income that would be distributed to shareholders as taxable income dividends.
If dis_type = S (Split), dis_amt = 0
Reinvestment Price as reported by the fund. Represents the fund’s NAV at which distributions are reinvested.
If dis_type = S (Split), reinvest_nav=0
|fspl_ratio||Split Ratio||History of Split ratio||