Hello, am new to REITs and do not own any. Can someone enlighten me on the difference amongst:
(a) taxable income
(b) tax exempt income
(c) capital distribution?

Which will the REIT-holder receive? Is there any significance to it? Thanks in advance.

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TheLoneWolf

Pay particular attention to proportion of capital distribution in forming DPU. This is the cheat code for mgmt to beautifully sell the cake.

Lingling

a. Receive 0.08(gross) less tax
b. Receive 1.17 net as tax exempt
c. Receive 0.90 net - capital distribution not subject to tax.

BobTravels

The distribution you mentioned is from FIRST REIT.

The SGX announcement here

https://links.sgx.com/FileOpen/First_REIT_...

describes who pays tax and who doesn't, and what the components are.

Basically unless you are a company you will not pay any tax on distributions.

NinjaStars

not really impt to know the classification

CoryLogics

Don't really bother as long we are local retailers.

zobo123

Will receive all

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