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2021 Foreign Source Income Reporting

If you have less than $300 ($600 for married individuals filing jointly) of foreign tax and no foreign-source income other than passive income, then you do not need the information in the table below. Claim your foreign tax paid on Form 1040.

If you have more than $300 ($600 for married individuals filing jointly) of foreign tax or any foreign-source income other than passive income, use the information in the table below to complete Form 1116.

When completing Form 1116, TurboTax® and other tax software may ask for the foreign sourced income and/or qualified foreign source income in relation to the foreign taxes paid. To determine the appropriate amounts to enter, multiply the amount listed in Box 1a of your Form 1099 DIV by the applicable percentages listed below.

Mutual Fund shareholders are not required to report country by country detail. The code "RIC" should be used when completing foreign country information on Form 1116. See Form 1116 instructions for additional information.

Mutual Fund Name Foreign Source Income: % of Box 1a  Qualified Foreign Source Income: % if Box 1a
Avantis Emerging Markets Equity Fund 100.00% 58.43%
Avantis International Equity Fund 90.78% 66.37%
Avantis International Small Cap Value Fund 63.03% 40.67%

 

ETF Name FOREIGN SOURCE INCOME: % OF BOX 1A  Qualified Foreign Source Income: % if Box 1a
Avantis Emerging Markets Equity ETF1 100.00% 57.57%
Avantis International Equity ETF1 100.00% 77.71%
Avantis International Small Cap Value ETF1 100.00% 70.83%

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are bought and sold through exchange trading at market price (not NAV), and are not individually redeemed from the fund. Shares may trade at a premium or discount to their NAV in the secondary market. Brokerage commissions will reduce returns.

1 This fund is not actively managed and the portfolio managers do not attempt to take defensive positions under any market conditions, including declining markets. The portfolio managers also do not generally add or remove a security from the fund until such security is similarly added or removed from the underlying index. Therefore, the fund may hold an underperforming security or not hold an outperforming security until the underlying index reacts. This may result in underperformance compared to the market generally. In addition, there is no assurance that the underlying index will be determined, composed or calculated accurately. While the index provider provides descriptions of what the underlying index is designed to achieve, the index provider does not guarantee the quality, accuracy or completeness of data in respect of its indices, and does not guarantee that the underlying index will be in line with the described index methodology. Gains, losses or costs to the fund caused by errors in the underlying index may therefore be borne by the fund and its shareholders.

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