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

  1. How do I report this Form 1099-DIV I received from my mutual fund?
  2. I received dividends from my credit union. How do I report this income?
  3. Is a Permanent Fund Dividend or a Resource Rebate payment received by a resident of Alaska taxable?

Rev. date: 03/08/2019

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


Rev. date: 03/08/2019

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

Certain distributions commonly referred to as dividends actually should be reported as interest, including "dividends" on deposits or share accounts in cooperative banks, credit unions, domestic savings and loan associations, and mutual savings banks.
If your taxable interest income is more than $1,500 or you received interest as a nominee for the real owner, you must also include that income on Schedule B (Form 1040), Interest and Ordinary Dividends and attach it to your tax return. Please refer to the Instructions for Form 1040NR for specific reporting information when filing Form 1040NR.

Rev. date: 04/29/2019

Is a Permanent Fund Dividend or a Resource Rebate payment received by a resident of Alaska taxable?

Alaska Permanent Fund Dividends and Resource Rebate payments are taxable to either an adult or a child recipient, and must be reported on a federal income tax return. Include these amounts on line 21 of Schedule 1 (Form 1040) and attach to Form 1040.