54A:6-14.1. Exemption of distributions of qualified investment fund
2. Gross income shall not include distributions paid by a qualified investment fund, to the extent that the distributions are attributable to interest or gain from obligations described in N.J.S.54A:6-14.
For the purposes of this act, "qualified investment fund" means any investment company or trust registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission, or any series of such investment company or trust, which for the calendar year in which the distribution is paid:
a. Has no investments other than interest-bearing obligations, obligations issued at a discount, and cash and cash items, including receivables, and financial options, futures, forward contracts, or other similar financial instruments related to interest-bearing obligations, obligations issued at a discount or bond indexes related thereto; and
b. Has not less than 80% of the aggregate principal amount of all of its investments, excluding financial options, futures, forward contracts, or other similar financial instruments related to interest-bearing obligations, obligations issued at a discount or bond indexes related thereto to the extent such instruments are authorized by section 851(b) of the federal Internal Revenue Code of 1986, 26 U.S.C. s.851(b), cash and cash items, which cash items shall include receivables, in obligations described in N.J.S.54A:6-14.
For purposes of this section, "series" means a segregated portfolio of assets, the beneficial interests in which are owned by the holders of a class or series of stock or shares of the investment company or trust that is preferred over all other classes or series in respect to the portfolio of assets.
L.1987,c.310,s.2; amended 1992,c.204,s.1.
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