Federated Automated Government Cash Reserves (SS) AGSXX

Share Classes Product Type Asset Class Category
Mutual Fund Money Market Government/Treasury DISCONTINUED PRODUCT

Distributions and Tax Info

as of  
Please select a year between 2012 and 2015

Federal Regular Income Tax Information

For federal income tax purposes, the fund paid fully taxable dividends and short-term capital gains.

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 12-15-2015 12-16-2015 12-17-2015 Annually 0.0000011900 0.0000000000 0.0000011900

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 0.000008494
Daily Daily 02-28-2015 02-28-2015 Monthly 0.000007672
Daily Daily 03-31-2015 03-31-2015 Monthly 0.000008494
Daily Daily 04-30-2015 04-30-2015 Monthly 0.00000822
Daily Daily 05-31-2015 05-31-2015 Monthly 0.000013316
Daily Daily 06-30-2015 06-30-2015 Monthly 0.00000822
Daily Daily 07-31-2015 07-31-2015 Monthly 0.000008494
Daily Daily 08-31-2015 08-31-2015 Monthly 0.000008494
Daily Daily 09-30-2015 09-30-2015 Monthly 0.00000822
Daily Daily 10-31-2015 10-31-2015 Monthly 0.000008494
Daily Daily 11-30-2015 11-30-2015 Monthly 0.000016143
Daily Daily 12-31-2015 12-31-2015 Monthly 0.00000667

State Tax Information

Percentage of Income Earned by Issuer

For state income tax purposes, short-term capital gains may be taxed differently than dividends. Your tax advisor can determine the appropriate tax treatment in your state.

If you are required to report the short-term capital gains separately, multiply the ordinary dividends figure reported on your account statement by the associated percentage listed in the chart below.

Pay Date Taxable Short-Term Cap Gain %
05-31-2015 36.21
11-30-2015 49.08

The next chart lists the percentages of income earned by direct and indirect obligations, and repurchase agreement income. Since some states define income from U.S. government obligations differently, a tax advisor is best suited to determine the portion of your dividends, if any, that are subject to state tax.

The Direct Federal Obligations section provides a break down of the percentage of income earned by the fund from Exempt Federal Securities by the specific direct government agencies listed.

The Indirect Federal Obligations section provides a break down of the percentage of income earned by the fund from indirect U.S. Government Obligations, such as the specific agencies listed.

The Repurchase Agreement Income section provides the percentage of income generated by the fund from repurchase agreements.

Issuer   Total Income %
Direct Federal Obligations    
U.S Treasury   17.66
Federal Farm Credit Banks   42.46
Federal Home Loan Banks   37.52
Student Loan Marketing Association   0.00
Tennessee Valley   2.36
Other   0.00
  Sub-total 100.00
Indirect Federal Obligations    
GNMA   0.00
FNMA   0.00
Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp   0.00
Other   0.00
  Sub-total 0.00
Repurchase Agreement Income   0.00
Total Income from Other Issuers   0.00
Grand Total   100.00