How are distributions taxed?
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For the purposes of your tax return, distributions are treated as income, which means they are taxed at your individual income tax rate. You will be provided with a tax statement or AMMA statement outlining your distribution.

To be eligible for a distribution, you must be a unitholder β€” that is, you must be invested in a Spaceship Voyager portfolio (the Spaceship Origin Portfolio, Spaceship Universe Portfolio or Spaceship Earth Portfolio) β€” on the distribution calculation date. Click here to learn more about how distributions work.

Distributions will be detailed on your tax statement (aka an AMMA statement), which we send out at tax time. Click here to find out how tax time works if you have a Spaceship Voyager portfolio.

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