Participant Bulletin Board
Important Capital Gains Information for Participants
During December and early January each year, many funds make various capital gain distributions, which may cause a temporary drop in a fund’s share price until the dividend is posted several business days later. For a detailed explanation, please read the full notice here.
1099 Tax Forms Available 1/31/19
If you’ve taken a distribution from your retirement account in 2018, you’ll need a 1099 to complete your tax filings. Below is some additional information about your 1099.
- BPAS will mail the 1099 to your address on record around January 31 annually.
- Did you know you can also access your 1099 online by January 31? Simply log into your account at www.bpas.com and then select the Resource Center option from the menu bar. If you have any 1099s, they will be under a section titled Tax Forms. Select the 1099 for the year you need (if you have 1099s for previous years, they will also appear there), and you can view, print, or download accordingly.
- Be sure to carefully review the information is accurate and if not, contact BPAS customer service immediately.