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If you have less than $300 ($600 for married individuals filing jointly) of foreign tax and no foreign-source income other than passive income, then you do not need the information in the table below. Claim your foreign income on Form 1040.
If you have more than $300 ($600 for married individuals filing jointly) of foreign tax or any foreign-source income other than passive income, use the information in the table below to complete Form 1116.
When completing Form 1116, TurboTax® and other tax software may ask for the foreign source income received from a fund. To determine the appropriate amount to enter, multiply the amount listed in Box 1a of your Form 1099 DIV by the applicable percentage listed below.
Mutual Fund shareholders are not required to report country by country detail. The code "RIC" should be used when completing foreign country information on Form 1116. See Form 1116 instructions for additional information.
*These funds did not pass through a foreign tax credit in 2013.
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