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Interest/Dividends/Other Types of Income - 1099-DIV Dividend Income


Rev. date: 1/2010


How do I report this 1099-DIV from my mutual fund?

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Rev. date: 1/2010


I received dividends from my credit union. How do I report this income?

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Certain distributions commonly referred to as dividends are actually interest:

Rev. date: 1/2010


Is the tax on the Permanent Fund Dividend and Resource Rebate taxable?

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The Internal Revenue Service reminds Alaskans that the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend and this year's Resource Rebate payment is taxable income for both adults and children, and must be reported on a Federal income tax return for both adults and children.
Because of the size of the Permanent Fund Dividend this year, every child under 18 who is a dependent will be required to file a tax return, and will be affected by the "kiddie tax" rules. Many older children may be affected as well.
See  A Reminder to Alaskans for more details.