2022 Estimated Semiannual Capital Gains Distribution
This information on 2022 estimated year-end distributions is intended for existing shareholders.
As large shareholders ourselves, we are conscious of tax costs and make every effort to be tax efficient.
Capital gains result from the appreciation of companies in the portfolio. The Fund's long-term investment approach means that this appreciation may have occurred over an extended period of time. All of the gains are long term and generally subject to lower tax rates than short-term gains or dividend income. Thus, for longtime shareholders in search of yield, capital gains distributions tend to be more tax efficient than interest or dividend income.
- Shareholders should not use this information for tax reporting purposes. Form 1099 will be sent at a later date for all tax reporting.
- Estimated distributions can change prior to the record date depending on current market conditions. The estimates below do not include ordinary income distributions the fund may be making.
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2017 Clipper Year-End Capital Gains Estimates (Percentage of 11/30/17 share price)
|Record Date||Ex-Date||Payable Date||Estimated Short-Term Capital Gain||Estimated Long-Term Capital Gain|
|Clipper Fund||12/12/2017||12/13/2017||12/14/2017||1%||3% - 4%|
2022 Estimated Semiannual Capital Gains
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