Ahhh, I see what you're looking at now, the YTD distributions,
Jan and Feb.
I wouldn't worry much about that. The only tax characterization that
matters is the one issued for the full tax year. UTF is required to issue
the monthly dividend press releases in order to satisfy the SEC for
their exemption to the rule which prohibit funds from distributing
capital gains more than once per year (or twice for spill over) and
to inform investors if any ROC is being paid instead of net investment
Typically, the monthly totals are recharacterized later on and looks
vastly different after the end of the tax year.
In my last post I provided a link to the 2020 Cohen & Steers source
of distributions. Notice that in 2020 UTF distributions were 22.01%
QDI and 77.99% cap gains, despite all those monthly press releases
which stated otherwise. No ordinary income was paid in 2020. And,
in my opinion, none will be paid in 2021 when this tax year is concluded.