Tax Center: Forms
Tax Form Reference Guides and Supplemental Tax Information
Virtus Mutual Funds Supplemental Tax Information
2022 Dividends Received Deduction
2022 Earned Income From U.S. Government Obligations
2022 Qualified Dividend Income ("QDI")
2022 Tax-Exempt Dividends by State
Here is a brief list of the types of tax forms Virtus Investment Partners provides mutual fund shareholders.
1099-DIV: Dividends and Capital Gains Distributions
Who receives it: Investors in non-retirement accounts who received dividends and/or capital gains distributions over $10, regardless of whether they were reinvested or paid in cash.
» Additional 1099-DIV Tax Form Information
» 2022 Mutual Fund Distribution History
» Capital Gain Distributions Frequently Asked Questions
1099-B: Proceeds from a Redemption or Exchange
Who receives it: Investors who redeemed or exchanged shares in a non-retirement account.
» Additional 1099-B Tax Form Information
Cost Basis information is now provided on Form 1099-B and reports gains or losses generated from a sale or exchange of shares
Who receives it: Eligible investors in non-retirement accounts who receive a 1099-B. Virtus Investment Partners uses the Average Cost Single Category method to determine the cost basis.
Visit Tax Center: Cost Basis to learn more about cost basis changes effective January 1, 2012.
1099-R: Distributions, Including All IRA Conversions and Recharacterizations
Who receives it: Investors who took a distribution from a retirement account*, including those who converted a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. You will not receive this form if you transferred assets directly from one retirement account to another.
» Additional 1099-R Tax Form Information
*Retirement accounts include Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), Roth IRAs, Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) plans, and SIMPLE accounts. Important note: By law, all personal tax information provided to you by Virtus Investment Partners is also been provided to the IRS, except average cost.
Form 5498: Contributions to IRAs
Who receives it: Investors who made contributions to traditional, Roth, SIMPLE, or SEP IRAs, including rollovers, conversions and recharacterizations.
1099-Q: Gross Distribution from Qualified Education Programs (Coverdell ESA)
Who receives it: Investors who made a redemption from a Coverdell ESA. Form 5498-ESA: Coverdell ESA contribution information Who receives it: Investors who made contributions to a Qualified Education Program (Coverdell ESA).
Need help with Virtus Investment Partners' tax forms?
If you don't see the form you received or need listed below, email or call us at 1-800-243-1574.
Ask the IRS. 1-800-829-1040 -- or order the IRS' "Guide to Free Tax Services." 1-800-829-3676 or www.irs.gov
Additional Information for Taxpayers
If you invested in a tax-exempt fund that paid exempt interest dividends during the tax year, we are required to provide you with Form 1099-DIV*.
*Form 1099-DIV is NOT provided for those distributions under $10.00.
Distributions of $10 or more must be reported on your tax returns, whether you received cash or reinvested additional fund shares.
Shareholders with incorrect or missing Social Security Numbers (also called Taxpayer Identification Numbers) will be subject to the IRS required 24% withholding from all distributions and redemptions. If your Social Security Number is incorrect or missing from your tax form(s), please complete Form W-9 and send it to Virtus Investment Partners.
P.O. Box 534470
Pittsburgh, PA 15253-4470
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Download and print Form W-9 , or obtain one by calling us at 1-800-243-1574 or by visiting your local post office.
Personal Tax Forms and Year-End Account Statement - Account Access required