Available Cash Calculations

Available income cash is the sum of:

Current income cash, plus

The market value of the current tax lot balance records for income cash equivalents, plus

The market value of the current tax lot balance records for pooled investments income times the available funds percent established by your institution (the purpose of which is to account for only a percentage of the market value in order to allow for pricing changes).

Available principal cash is calculated as follows.

If the KEMID is permanently restricted, available principal cash is always zero.

Otherwise, available principal cash is the sum of:

o Current principal cash, plus

o The market value of the current tax lot balance records for principal cash equivalents, plus

o The market value of the current tax lot balance records for pooled investments principal times the available funds percent established by your institution (the purpose of which is to account for only a percentage of the market value in order to allow for pricing changes).

Total available cash is the sum of available income cash plus available principal cash as calculated according to the rules above.

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