I would like to ask about an issue I have noticed.
Both January and April dividends from Kirkland Lake Gold (NYSE:KL) have been qualified as Return of Capital.
Dividends announced by company were $0.188 per share:
That being said, Transaction History exported to CSV and the above screens show, that 15% of tax was actually taken and paid ($0.28 of difference, which is 15%), but it still shows 0. If I use that history for taxation issues, I will have to pay a double tax. My country has a tax tready with both US and Canada (paying 15%).
KL is not a MLP company to pay returns of capitals.
Can you please advise? If I have to pay over 30% of taxes, because it’s showing incorrect values, I may consider selling it to not pay 1/3 of taxes.