Federated Municipal Cash Series CMSXX

Product Type Asset Class Category
Mutual Fund Money Market Municipal/Tax Free DISCONTINUED PRODUCT

Distributions and Tax Info

as of  
Please select a year between 2012 and 2015

On October 22, 2010, Federated changed the fund number on all accounts in fund number 369 to fund number 137. This was a result of an internal system upgrade. This was a non taxable event and does not reflect change in investment or ownership.

Federal Regular Income Tax Information

Short-term capital gain distributions are fully taxable and are included in ordinary dividends.

Final Capital Gains for 2015

Declared Date Record Date Ex-Date Pay Date Frequency of Distribution Short-Term
Capital Gains
Long-Term
Capital Gains
Total
Capital Gains
Annually 12-8-2015 12-09-2015 12-10-2015 Annually 0.0000040500 0.0006364200 0.0006404700

Dividends for 2015

Declared Date Record Date Ex-Date Pay Date Frequency of Distribution Income Dividend
Daily Daily 01-31-2015 01-31-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 02-28-2015 02-28-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 03-31-2015 03-31-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 04-30-2015 04-30-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 05-31-2015 05-31-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 06-30-2015 06-30-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 07-31-2015 07-31-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 08-31-2015 08-31-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 09-30-2015 09-30-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 10-31-2015 10-31-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 11-30-2015 11-30-2015 Monthly 0
Daily Daily 12-31-2015 12-31-2015 Monthly 0

Federal Alternative Minimum Tax Information

A portion of the fund's income results from investments in private activity municipal bonds (as described in the prospectus). While these bonds generally offer higher yields than traditional municipal bonds, the income they generate will be a preference item for purposes of calculating the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT). Fund holdings of AMT securities will vary throughout the year. The table below lists the actual percentage of the each distribution paid by the fund which relates to AMT. Please note that the Alternative Minimum Tax percentage does not apply to Short-Term or Long-Term Capital Gain distributions. Your tax advisor can provide you with more information about this tax and your reporting of the fund distributions.

Distribution Date Monthly AMT %
01-31-2015 45.21
02-28-2015 43.19
03-31-2015 42.89
04-30-2015 44.11
05-31-2015 47.34
06-30-2015 47.09
07-31-2015 50.62
08-31-2015 48.92
09-30-2015 49.00
10-31-2015 55.07
11-30-2015 68.78
12-10-2015
12-31-2015 50.39

State Tax Information

California Residents: Any distributions earned on bonds issued by a state other than California are reported to the California Franchise Tax Board, pursuant to California Revenue and Taxation Code Section 18639.

Percentage of Income Earned by State

Some states may exempt from tax the portion of dividends generated by its own municipal obligations. Because of this, a percentage of your dividends may be exempt from state or local taxes.

State tax laws vary, please consult your tax advisor to determine if your state allows this exemption.

State Year-to-Date % State Year-to-Date %
Alabama 0.65 Montana 0.00
Alaska 0.16 Nebraska 0.00
Arizona 5.15 Nevada 0.98
Arkansas 0.00 New Hampshire 0.00
California 2.63 New Jersey 9.48
Colorado 0.32 New Mexico 0.00
Connecticut 0.00 New York 5.29
Delaware 0.00 North Carolina 1.12
District Of Columbia 0.00 North Dakota 0.00
Florida 7.51 Ohio 13.62
Georgia 6.11 Oklahoma 0.02
Hawaii 0.00 Oregon 0.00
Idaho 0.00 Pennsylvania 1.31
Illinois 8.07 Puerto Rico 0.00
Indiana 8.03 Rhode Island 0.00
Iowa 0.00 South Carolina 2.49
Kansas 0.08 South Dakota 0.00
Kentucky 2.14 Tennessee 0.00
Louisiana 3.86 Texas 0.41
Maine 0.12 Utah 0.00
Maryland 0.00 Vermont 0.00
Massachusetts 0.00 Virginia 3.35
Michigan 4.25 Washington 0.00
Minnesota 0.05 West Virginia 0.00
Mississippi 0.00 Wisconsin 1.51
Missouri 0.34 Wyoming 0.04

Additional tax-free income of 10.91% cannot be allocated to any particular state.

In addition, dividends are tax-exempt if 95% or more of the fund's income is earned from Minnesota obligations. If it is, only the portion of income derived from non-Minnesota obligations is taxable.