How are returns from CNote taxed?

CNote Notes generate taxable interest on your principal investment.

CNote issues a 1099-INT form reporting interest income for all CNote members that earn more than $10 in interest in a calendar year.

Note: your individual situation may impact the rate of taxation for your interest earnings.

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