|Record Date||December 15, 2016|
|Ex-Dividend Date||December 13, 2016|
|Payable Date||December 30, 2016|
|Reinvest Date||December 30, 2016|
|Quarterly Distribution Per Share|
|Ticker||Exchange||Closed-End Funds:||Amount||Previous Quarter|
|JRS||NYSE||Real Estate Income Fund||$.2500||-|
- Actual returns likely will differ from projected long-term returns, (and therefore a fund's distribution rate, also), at least over shorter time periods. Over a specific timeframe, a fund's net asset value will increase (if returns exceed distributions), or decrease (if distributions exceed returns), by the difference between actual returns and total distributions.
- A return of capital is a non-taxable distribution of a portion of the fund's capital. When fund returns exceed distributions, return of capital may represent portfolio gains earned, but not realized as a taxable capital gain. In periods when fund returns fall short of distributions, it will represent a portion of your original principal unless the shortfall is offset during other time periods over the life of your investment (previous or subsequent) when the fund's total return exceeds distributions.
- For additional information about managed distributions, please see Understanding Managed Distributions.