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On my 1099-Div, it is showing (hypothetical numbers here):

Total Ordinary Dividends = 1,000
Qualified Dividends = 1,000

My actual dividends paid were 1,200, which included

Not Qualified Return on Capital = 150

Not Qualified Exempt from Withholding = 50.

Is my 1099-Div correct? I think I understand the $150 Return of Capital should not be considered a dividend. I am not sure why the $50 is not included as a dividend, and if not considered a dividend, where and when do I report this?

Thank you for your help.

Ken
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