According to a press release JRS will be retaining the capital gains and will be paying a tax on this. I hold this in a non taxable account (IRA) so I am entitled to a refund of this amount in my account. Does anyone know the procedure to be used to obtain this refund?
OMG. This guy doesn't even speak english.
Lawers have to use language with great percision.
I doubt you could get a lawer to write: "I am studied in lawer trade." OMG LOL
This guy must be korean or chinese and has taken a short position just because he saw something with taxes that he thought *sounded* negative.
If, you are a cpa, then why is your name scribbled on the wall at the Rage FAG club in hollywood next to boytown. I thnk you are a fraud, a loser and probably own less than 100 shares of jrs you got during passover.
Have some matza bread and a Mannaschevitz on me.
YOu, just say no, are grimy guy. Not scintillating and vivid. You are tarnished, not refulgent. Go home to mommy and say, I want Uncle sam to jam up your plumbing
I am studied in Cpaing and lawer trade. taxes are the speciality of me. So I can tell u from experience that Jrs is not a fried to pay Feds all that money thats our dividends. No taxe should be paid by mutual fund.....they are exempt like jew temple and catholics like Mahoney horn dog
JRs is alway going down man,,,,,no dividend...ewwww
cpa and attny guy
We have the same problem...If you find out ..please post on this board.?
What does this action do for future IRA or 401 investing in JRS..???
The "retaining returns" without investor approval ... does not seem ethical to us.?