Forms, Tax Statements and Account Information FAQ

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Select Resources in the top navigation and then select Forms and Applications. Filter or search for the form you want, then download and print the necessary forms.

Yes, clients must first log in to their account. Select History from the Account Info drop down menu and select Go. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and select Download. Choose the file format they wish to use and select Continue. To complete the download, select Download Now. If the client does not have online access, they can register on the Investor website.

You or your client can contact Shareholder Services to request the desired information. Your client can view their transaction history and download recent tax forms by registering for online access on the Investor website.

Yes, by registering for the Investor website, your client can view and print their statements.

The account number is located in the account detail/account summary section of the statement. This section starts on the first page of your statement about 2/3 of the way down the page. The account number follows the name of the client’s fund and is a four digit number followed by a dash then a 10 digit number.

Ex: Columbia Large Cap Growth Fund A 0803-XXXXXXXXXX.

Even if the client is the custodian of more than one child’s account, UTMA/UGMA accounts are individually owned by the minor. We do not allow combined information of two separate customers to be available online to both of them. Read more in our privacy policy

Shareholder Services can assist clients with inquiries going back 18 months. Requests that go beyond this point need to be initiated in writing. As a large majority of the funds within our family have come to us through mergers, the dates of history will vary from fund to fund.

We have one address for regular mail and one for expedited delivery. Check out our Contact Us section for the addresses or more ways to get in contact with us.

Effective August 14, 2006, transactions for shareholders who hold accounts with a foreign address or an invalid U.S. taxpayer identification number are limited to redemptions only. This means that these shareholders will not be permitted to:

  • Purchase additional shares either directly, through a broker/dealer, or via an automatic investment plan.
  • Exchange shares to either new or existing accounts.
  • Transfer shares to either new or existing accounts unless the address of the receiving account is within the United States.

The review was prompted by SEC regulations regarding anti-money laundering that require we certify the identity of every registered shareholder and entity account. Based on the difficulty of certifying accounts and individuals registered outside the United States, our policy was revised on April 3, 2006. We no longer accept any new account application that does not have an address within the United States or its territories and a valid U.S. taxpayer identification number.

Please note, the restrictions will be removed for shareholders with a valid U.S. taxpayer identification number, who maintain an address outside the United States or its territories that later change their address to one within the United States or its territories. If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact Shareholder Services.