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Tax Information

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These letters show the investment income dividends, capital gains and return of capital distributions paid by your Fund on its common stock for the calendar years shown.  For those shareholders who participate in the Fund's automatic dividend reinvestment plan, the letters also show the cost of the shares acquired through the plan.  The letters should assist you in the preparation of your federal and state income tax returns, and in maintaining the cost of your shares for tax purposes.

Common Stock
2013 Tax Information Letter    
2012 Tax Information Letter   
2011 Tax Information Letter 
2010 Tax Information Letter   
2009 Tax Information Letter

The Fund is qualified as a “regulated investment company” as defined in the applicable provisions of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. If the investment income dividends you received from the Fund are subject to Federal and/or state income tax, those dividends will be taxed as ordinary dividends whether received in cash or reinvested in stock.  The percentage of each investment income dividend that is qualified dividend income is contained in the letters. The percentage of each investment income dividend that qualifies for the dividends received deduction allowed to certain corporate shareholders is contained in the letters.

Return of capital is a nontaxable transaction. Your cost basis must be reduced by this amount until the basis of your stock has been reduced to zero. Any excess is treated as gain from the sale of shares. Please consult your tax adviser regarding the proper treatment of this transaction.

If you participate in the Fund’s automatic dividend reinvestment plan, please keep this information as a record for tax purposes of the cost of the shares you acquired through the plan.

RP Share Tax Information
2013 Tax Information Letter 
2012 Tax Information Letter  
2011 Tax Information Letter  
2010 Tax Information Letter
2009 Tax Information Letter

Historical Tax Information

Frequently Asked Questions - IRS Form 1099-B

Form 8937: Organizational Actions Affecting Basis of Securities

Issuers of corporate securities are required to complete Internal Revenue Service Form 8937 to report organizational actions that affect the basis of securities. Examples of organizational actions that could affect basis are reorganizations, stock splits or nontaxable distributions.

Date Fund
10/31/14

DNP Select Income Fund

10/31/13

DNP Select Income Fund

12/31/12 DNP Select Income Fund   
         Revised 2/14/13

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