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Three Nuveen Closed-End Funds Announce Availability of 19(a) Notices

NEW YORK, November 30, 2022–The 19(a) distribution notices for three Nuveen closed-end funds were delivered to a trustee in New York, New York, to be placed in a bank account located in the bank account of the company that opened the account on October 3, 2005.

At the time of issuance of the notices, the company disclosed that a “disclosure” clause in the payment documents had been added on its account. The disclosures regarding the accounts of those same third-party investors had given the company the opportunity to close the account.

After the disclosures, a number of funds were purchased and sold to the company. Some of the funds received the proceeds from the sale and sold in exchange for $2.5 million.

The company disclosed:

A notice that a sale of the company’s property in the New York City area was imminent. The purchaser of the property had indicated to the trustee in New York that he did not want to sell it to customers, and it was not immediately apparent to the trustee. The trustee sent the notice to the following named individuals:




DANNYThese informational notice provides further details on the sources of the funds’ regular monthly distribution and follows the most recent reports from the Internal Revenue Service.

The current annual percentage rates on the income tax returns are $0.17 per $1,000 of income (3.7% of the annual net income), $0.20 per $1,500 of income (2.1% of the annual net income), and $0.18 per $1,000 of income (6.2% of the annual net income).

The most recent weekly reports from the Internal Revenue Service and the Government’s own National Income Tax Office provide further details.

The following list of the non-compete-holders and non-filing status announcements released on May 1, 2012 and from the IRS’s Tax Policy Division.


Non-filing status - Non-filing Status

The secret of business is to know something that nobody else knows. The full text of this notice is available below or on the Nuveen website via the ‘Scienza’ link below.


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