The Oakmark Funds are advised by Harris Associates L.P. an autonomous subsidiary of Natixis Investment Managers, L.P.

Learn more about the principles and philosophy behind our funds at HarrisAssoc.com.

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Chicago, Illinois 60606
312-646-3600

Tax Center

Use the information in our Tax Center to help you complete your taxes.

Tax Information

Viewing Tax Forms Online (for up to 7 years)

Log into your account from the Account Access page and select the Statements & Tax Forms tab. If this is the first time you are logging into your account, you can establish a User Name and Password by selecting Set Up Access.

Tax Preparation

Use TurboTax® or H&R Block® Tax Software to make your tax preparation easier by importing your Oakmark tax information. Importing Oakmark’s Forms 1099-DIV, 1099-B and 1099-R is generally available after January 31.

Simply start your online return, select Oakmark Funds from the list of available financial institutions, and when prompted, enter your Oakmark login information.

If you have not yet established an Oakmark User Name and Password, simply select Set up access from the Account Access page.

Tax Form Mailing Schedule

Tax Form
Description
Final Mail Date/ Available By
1099-DIV
Reports dividends, capital gains distributions, federal income tax withheld, and foreign tax paid.
January 31
1099-R
Reports distributions from IRAs.
January 31
1099-Q
Reports distributions from Education Savings Accounts (ESAs).
January 31
1099-B
Reports the proceeds from sales transactions. For shares purchased after January 1, 2012, reports the gain or loss on the sale.
February 15
1042-S
Reports foreign person's U.S. source income subject to withholding.
March 15
5498-ESA
Reports ESA contributions and rollover contributions.
April 30
5498
Reports IRA contributions, rollover contributions, conversions and recharacterizations
May 31

 

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Shareholder Tax Information Guide

The guide contains the following information to assist you with your federal and state income tax returns:

  • Percent of qualified dividend income
  • Percent of ordinary dividends that is foreign source income
  • Percent of ordinary dividends from U.S. government obligations
  • Information that may be helpful to you for reporting mutual fund transactions, including the tax forms we send to you, what is being reported and how it applies to your tax return
  • Instructions on how to claim a foreign tax credit or take an itemized deduction on your federal income tax return for your share of foreign taxes paid by the Funds
    • Shareholders who must file Form 1116 are not required to report income passed through from a mutual fund on a country-by-country basis; see the Specific Instructions Part I of Form 1116 for more details

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