The Cash Decrease e-doc allows you to record a reduction to the cash balance of a KEMID. The reduction may be the result of an internal expense such as a fee, the result of the return of a cash gift or other income, or the purchase of a security. A reduction may also represent interest expense for purchased bonds or taxes withheld from the dividends on a foreign holding. The decrease or reduction of cash may take place in either income (spending) or principal cash, but not both on the same transaction line.
This e-doc contains a section in which you may specify a security ID if the transaction references a holding of the KEMID. Input of a security ID is not required, and it has no impact on the holding tax lot table records, but you may find it helpful to identify the security that generated the expense (e.g., foreign taxes withheld from the dividend or interest payment).