State tax exclusions for U.S. government income worksheet
The American Funds listed in the worksheet on the next page distributed income from U.S. government obligations. Some of the ordinary dividends paid by these funds may be excluded from state income tax.
States and jurisdictions allowing exclusions
To the best of our knowledge, the states and jurisdictions listed below allow individual shareholders to exclude from their state taxable income the portion of mutual fund dividends derived from interest on certain U.S. government obligations. The state tax exclusion may not apply to corporations and other entities. (States without individual income tax are not listed.)
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York*
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
* Shareholders filing returns in California, Connecticut and New York
None of the dividends paid by any of the American Funds in 2013 qualify for exclusion.
- If you are an individual taxpayer filing an income tax return in one of the states or jurisdictions listed above (except California, Connecticut and New York) and you own shares of any of the American Funds listed below, complete this worksheet. Corporations and other entities should consult their tax advisors.
- For each fund you own, enter the Total ordinary dividends reported in Box 1a of your Form 1099-DIV in the Ordinary dividends box of this worksheet. (If you own more than one share class of any of these funds, you will need to add the ordinary dividend amounts of the different share classes to determine the fund’s total Ordinary dividends.) Then click Continue.
To determine your individual tax situation, please consult your tax advisor.