Dream Impact Trust

Tax Information

Statement of Trust Income Allocation and Designations

The list below shows record dates with distributions paid and income allocations and designations:

2014 Statement of Trust Income Allocations and Designations

Tax Deferral on Distributions1

Our distributions are paid on a monthly basis and the current annual distribution rate will be $0.40.

The Trust is a taxable SIFT Trust which requires the Trust to pay tax at the entity level. A taxable Canadian holder of Trust units is generally required to include the taxable income received from the Trust in his or her income tax return. The taxable portion of the distribution has to be included even if the distribution is reinvested under the Distribution Reinvestment Plan.

Canadian Unitholders will receive a Statement of Trust Income Allocations and Designations (T3) for income tax purposes. You should receive a statement either from your financial institution or stockbroker if you hold your units in an account or directly from the Trust’s transfer agent, Computershare Trust Company of Canada, if you are a registered Unitholder and are in possession of a unit certificate.
Non-resident Unitholders should receive a Statement of Amounts Paid or Credited to Non-Residents of Canada (NR4) with the taxable income reported in box 16 and the non-resident tax withheld shown in box 17.
Real estate assets generate tax depreciation often sufficient to shelter their income and, as a result, distributions may exceed taxable income, resulting in a portion of such distributions being treated as a return of capital for tax.

The adjusted cost base of units held by a Unitholder will generally be reduced by the non-taxable portion of distributions made. A Unitholder will generally realize a capital gain to the extent that the adjusted cost base of the Unitholder’s Units becomes a negative amount, even if the Unitholder has not sold any Units.

1 Our tax comments, including the illustration below are general in nature only and are not intended to be nor should they be considered to be legal or tax advice to any prospective, actual, or former Unitholder. Prospective, actual or former Unitholders should always consult their own professional tax advisors for advice on the tax consequences of an investment in, or disposition of our Units.