Post by minnesotapaintlady on May 8, 2019 20:57:15 GMT -5
This is going to sound like a really stupid question but are capital gains distributions per share and can you extrapolate the account value from the distribution? So, if the first fund below had a 7.45 distribution in 2018 does that mean there are 422 shares? And if the second had a distribution of .7193 there are 1598 shares?
Post by minnesotapaintlady on May 9, 2019 9:57:53 GMT -5
This is an UTMA account for DS that is held by the grandparents that doesn't get handed over until next year. I'm trying to get a better idea of what is in it for filling out Net Price calculators on college websites, but I feel weird just calling them up and asking them. I was hoping to just be able to ballpark it myself with the 1099's they give me. I suppose, it's getting close enough to the time that we're going to need to know anyhow...