Dividends-received deduction for corporations

Corporate shareholders generally may take the 70% dividends-received deduction on qualified dividends received from certain Delaware Funds® by Macquarie, as long as the mutual fund shares generating the dividend generally have been held for 45 days.

To determine the amount that qualifies for the deduction, multiply the appropriate percentage below by your total ordinary distributions received from the Fund during calendar year 2018.

Percentage of ordinary dividends eligible for dividends-received deduction for 2018

Fund Percentage of ordinary dividends
Delaware Corporate Bond Fund 0.66%
Delaware Diversified Income Fund 1.58%
Delaware Extended Duration Bond Fund 0.77%
Delaware Floating Rate Fund 0.10%
Delaware Foundation® Conservative Allocation Fund* 13.63%
Delaware Foundation Moderate Allocation Fund 21.05%
Delaware Global Value Fund
Delaware Healthcare Fund 70.16%
Delaware Mid Cap Value Fund 100.00%
Delaware Select Growth Fund 18.78%
Delaware Small Cap Core Fund 100.00%
Delaware Small Cap Growth Fund 0.74%
Delaware Small Cap Value Fund 80.77%
Delaware Smid Cap Growth Fund 18.70%
Delaware Strategic Income Fund 0.60%
Delaware U.S. Growth Fund 71.20%
Delaware Value® Fund 100.00%
Delaware Wealth Builder Fund 51.96%
Source: Delaware Funds by Macquarie

* Delaware Foundation Conservative Allocation Fund merged into Delaware Foundation Moderate Allocation Fund after the close of business on July 27, 2018. The tax information for Delaware Foundation Conservative Allocation Fund is applicable to any shares held in 2018 prior to the date of the merger.

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