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Class AI: 3137AX*HC0; Class AJ: 3137AX*6U2; Class AO: 3137AX*6V0; Class AQ: 3137AX*6W8; Class AV: 3137AX*HJ5; Class AZ: 3137AX*HD8; Class CA: 3137AX*7B3; Class CI: 3137AX*7C1; Class DF: 3137AX*7D9; Class DS: 3137AX*7E7; Class FA: 3137AX*7F4; Class FK: 3137AX*7G2; Class FM: 3137AX*7H0; Class HI: 3137AX*7M9; Class HK: 3137AX*A37; Class IA: 3137AX*A60; Class JB: 3137AX*A94; Class JK: 3137AX*AG8; Class KF: 3137AX*AX1; Class KS: 3137AX*BA0; Class MB: 3137AX*BG7; Class MJ: 3137AX*BQ5; Class NA: 3137AX*C35; Class NF: 3137AX*C43; Class NQ: 3137AX*C50; Class NS: 3137AX*C68; Class NY: 3137AX*C84; Class PB: 3137AX*CA9; Class PL: 3137AX*CH4; Class SA: 3137AX*CU5; Class SK: 3137AX*CV3; Class SM: 3137AX*CW1; Class UA: 3137AX*CX9; Class UB: 3137AX*CY7; Class UH: 3137AX*CZ4; Class UJ: 3137AX*D26; Class UL: 3137AX*D34; Class UM: 3137AX*D42; Class UO: 3137AX*D59; Class YJ: 3137AX*D67; Class YK: 3137AX*D75; Class YO: 3137AX*D83 12/28/2012 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4144 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AA: 3137AW*S63; Class BC: 3137AW*S89; Class BL: 3137AW*SE6; Class BY: 3137AW*SK2; Class EF: 3137AW*SL0; Class ES: 3137AW*SM8; Class F: 3137AW*SN6; Class FI: 3137AW*SP1; Class HB: 3137AW*SW6; Class HE: 3137AW*SX4; Class HI: 3137AW*SY2; Class IG: 3137AW*SZ9; Class IH: 3137AW*T21; Class JA: 3137AW*T47; Class JB: 3137AW*T54; Class K: 3137AW*TF2; Class KB: 3137AW*TH8; Class P: 3137AW*TR6; Class S: 3137AW*U29; Class YA: 3137AW*U37; Class YB: 3137AW*U45 12/28/2012 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4145 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class A: 3137AW*U52; Class LY: 3137AW*V69; Class UY: 3137AW*VP7; Class YW: 3137AW*W84 12/28/2012 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4146 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class A: 3137AX*EG4; Class AB: 3137AX*EH2; Class AI: 3137AX*EJ8; Class BB: 3137AX*EK5; Class DA: 3137AX*EL3; Class DB: 3137AX*EM1; Class EE: 3137AX*F24; Class EH: 3137AX*F40; Class FB: 3137AX*FA6; Class IA: 3137AX*FK4; Class IB: 3137AX*FL2; Class JA: 3137AX*FM0; Class JB: 3137AX*FN8; Class JC: 3137AX*FP3; Class JD: 3137AX*FQ1; Class KJ: 3137AX*FY4; Class KT: 3137AX*FZ1; Class MA: 3137AX*G23; Class ME: 3137AX*G64; Class PA: 3137AX*GD9; Class GA: 3137AX*GV9; Class UF: 3137AX*GX5; Class US: 3137AX*GY3; Class WA: 3137AX*GZ0; Class WB: 3137AX*H22; Class WT: 3137AX*H30; Class WW: 3137AX*H48 12/28/2012 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4147 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class CF: 3137AX*DC4; Class CL: 3137AX*DH3; Class CS: 3137AX*DJ9; Class DA: 3137AX*DK6; Class DI: 3137AX*DL4; Class HD: 3137AX*DM2; Class ID: 3137AX*DN0; Class IL: 3137AX*DP5; Class LA: 3137AX*DT7; Class LW: 3137AX*DZ3; Class LY: 3137AX*E25; Class MG: 3137AX*E33; Class MI: 3137AX*E41; Class MY: 3137AX*E58; Class NG: 3137AX*E66; Class NH: 3137AX*E74; Class NI: 3137AX*E82; Class NZ: 3137AX*E90; Class VM: 3137AX*ED1; Class VN: 3137AX*EE9; Class ZN: 3137AX*EF6 12/28/2012 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4148 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AB: 3137AW*QW8; Class BA: 3137AW*QY4; Class BI: 3137AW*QZ1; Class FA: 3137AW*R23; Class IO: 3137AW*R31; Class JA: 3137AW*R49; Class L: 3137AW*YM1; Class SA: 3137AW*RJ6; Class VB: 3137AW*RK3; Class ZB: 3137AW*RL1 12/28/2012 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4149 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class C: 3137AX*Q89; Class DA: 3137AX*Q97; Class DI: 3137AX*QA4; Class F: 3137AX*QB2; Class FI: 3137AX*QK2; Class GO: 3137AX*QW6; Class ID: 3137AX*RE5; Class S: 3137AX*RJ4; Class SG: 3137AX*RK1; Class ZG: 3137AX*RL9 01/31/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4150 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AA: 3137AX*YK3; Class AB: 3137AX*YL1; Class AF: 3137AX*YQ0; Class AK: 3137AX*YS6; Class AS: 3137AX*YZ0; Class AV: 3137AX*Z30; Class BA: 3137AX*Z71; Class BF: 3137AX*ZB2; Class BH: 3137AX*ZD8; Class BS: 3137AX*ZK2; Class BV: 3137AX*ZN6; Class CH: 3137AX*ZX4; Class CO: 3137AY*2D2; Class CS: 3137AY*2E0; Class CY: 3137AY*2G5; Class DH: 3137AY*2P5; Class DO: 3137AY*2U4; Class EH: 3137AY*3D1; Class EK: 3137AY*3F6; Class F: 3137AY*3L3; Class FA: 3137AY*3M1; Class FB: 3137AY*3N9; Class FP: 3137AY*3Q2; Class FY: 3137AY*3R0; Class GK: 3137AY*3Z2; Class GY: 3137AY*4G3; Class HA: 3137AY*4H1; Class HB: 3137AY*4J7; Class HC: 3137AY*4K4; Class HE: 3137AY*4L2; Class HF: 3137AY*4M0; Class HJ: 3137AY*4P3; Class HP: 3137AY*4S7; Class HS: 3137AY*4T5; Class IC: 3137AY*4V0; Class ID: 3137AY*4W8; Class IO: 3137AY*4Y4; Class IT: 3137AY*4Z1; Class IV: 3137AY*5A5; Class IY: 3137AY*5C1; Class J: 3137AY*5D9; Class JF: 3137AY*5K3; Class JH: 3137AY*5M9; Class JN: 3137AY*5R8; Class JS: 3137AY*5T4; Class JV: 3137AY*5U1; Class JZ: 3137AY*5X5; Class KA: 3137AY*5Y3; Class KI: 3137AY*5Z0; Class KL: 3137AY*6A4; Class KP: 3137AY*6B2; Class KQ: 3137AY*6C0; Class LT: 3137AY*6P1; Class MD: 3137AY*6R7; Class MI: 3137AY*6T3; Class MY: 3137AY*6U0; Class N: 3137AY*6V8; Class NF: 3137AY*7B1; Class NS: 3137AY*7J4; Class PA: 3137AY*7K1; Class PF: 3137AY*A43; Class PH: 3137AY*A68; Class PM: 3137AY*A92; Class PS: 3137AY*AB7; Class PY: 3137AY*AE1; Class S: 3137AY*AK7; Class SA: 3137AY*AL5; Class SB: 3137AY*AM3; Class SD: 3137AY*AN1; Class SP: 3137AY*AQ4; Class SY: 3137AY*AR2; Class TA: 3137AY*AS0; Class TB: 3137AY*AT8; Class TI: 3137AY*AU5; Class TY: 3137AY*AW1; Class UB: 3137AY*AX9; Class UC: 3137AY*AY7; Class UE: 3137AY*B26; Class UL: 3137AY*B83; Class UM: 3137AY*B91; Class UN: 3137AY*BA8; Class UP: 3137AY*BB6; Class UQ: 3137AY*BC4; Class UT: 3137AY*BD2; Class UV: 3137AY*BE0; Class UY: 3137AY*BF7; Class VA: 3137AY*BG5; Class VB: 3137AY*BH3; Class VJ: 31374Y*BJ9; Class VU: 3137AY*BK6; Class YA: 3137AY*BQ3; Class YB: 3137AY*BR1; Class YC: 3137AY*BS9; Class YD: 3137AY*BT7; Class YE: 3137AY*BU4; Class YL: 3137AY*BW0; Class ZA: 3137AY*C25; Class ZB: 3137AY*C33; Class ZE: 3137AY*C41; Class ZJ: 3137AY*C58; Class ZT: 3137AY*C74; Class ZU: 3137AY*C82; Class ZW: 3137AY*C90; Class ZY: 3137AY*CA7 01/30/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4151 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AI: 3137AX*JD6; Class BA: 3137AX*JE4; Class BC: 3137AX*JF1; Class BI: 3137AX*JK0; Class D: 3137AX*JQ7; Class DB: 3137AX*JS3; Class IH: 3137AX*JZ7; Class P: 3137AX*K36; Class YB: 3137AX*KC6; Class YC: 3137AX*KD4; Class YG: 3137AX*KE2; Class YH: 3137AX*KF9; Class YU: 3137AX*KG7 01/30/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4152 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class A: 3137AX*MU4; Class BA: 3137AX*NA7; Class BW: 3137AX*NN9; Class FB: 3137AX*P31; Class GA: 3137AX*P49; Class GN: 3137AX*P56; Class GU: 3137AX*P64; Class GW: 3137AX*P72; Class IT: 3137AX*P98; Class LC: 3137AX*PA5; Class LE: 3137AX*PB3; Class LF: 3137AX*PC1; Class LI: 3137AX*PD9; Class LS: 3137AX*PE7; Class SB: 3137AX*PH0; Class SG: 3137AX*PJ6; Class TB: 3137AX*PK3; Class TC: 3137AX*PL1; Class TI: 3137AX*PM9; Class TW: 3137AX*PN7; Class TY: 3137AX*PP2; Class UB: 3137AX*PQ0; Class UC: 3137AX*PR8; Class UD: 3137AX*PS6; Class UO: 3137AX*PT4; Class UU: 3137AX*PU1 01/30/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4153 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class BI: 3137AX*R21; Class BM: 3137AX*R39; Class BN: 3137AX*R47; Class DA: 3137AX*R70; Class DC: 3137AX*R88; Class DI: 3137AX*R96; Class DP: 3137AX*RA3; Class IB: 3137AX*RD7; Class KF: 3137AX*SE4; Class KH: 3137AX*SG9; Class KP: 3137AX*SM6; Class KQ: 3137AX*SN4; Class KS: 3137AX*SP9; Class KZ: 3137AX*SQ7; Class PT: 3137AX*SR5; Class WF: 3137AX*ST1; Class WL: 3137AX*SU8; Class WP: 3137AX*SV6; Class WS: 3137AX*SW4; Class WZ: 3137AX*SX2; Class YD: 3137AX*SY0; Class YI: 3137AX*SZ7; Class YJ: 3137AX*T29; Class YK: 3137AX*T37; Class YZ: 3137AX*T45 01/30/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4154 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class BC: 3137AX*RM7; Class BD: 3137AX*RN5; Class FB: 3137AX*RQ8; Class IB: 3137AX*RR6; Class IC: 3137AX*RS4; Class PA: 3137AX*RU9; Class PD: 3137AX*RX3; Class SA: 3137AX*S95; Class ZU: 3137AX*SB0 01/30/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4155 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AB: 3137AX*J53; Class AI: 3137AX*J61; Class GF: 3137AX*J79; Class GP: 3137AX*J87; Class GS: 3137AX*J95; Class IG: 3137AX*JA2 01/30/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4156 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AB: 3137AX*T52; Class AC: 3137AX*T60; Class AI: 3137AX*T78; Class BP: 3137AX*T86; Class CF: 3137AX*T94; Class CP: 3137AX*TA1; Class CS: 3137AX*TB9; Class FA: 3137AX*TD5; Class FB: 3137AX*TE3; Class PA: 3137AX*TN3; Class PC: 3137AX*TP8; Class SA: 3137AX*TT0; Class SB: 3137AX*TU7 01/30/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4157 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class A: 3137AX*KH5; Class EA: 3137AX*L92; Class EB: 3137AX*LA9; Class EC: 3137AX*LB7; Class ED: 3137AX*LC5; Class EE: 3137AX*LD3; Class EO: 3137AX*LE1; Class ET: 3137AX*LF8; Class F: 3137AX*LG6; Class FC: 3137AX*LH4; Class IH: 3137AX*LJ0; Class IO: 3137AX*LK7; Class MA: 3137AX*LP6; Class MD: 3137AX*LQ4; Class MI: 3137AX*LR2; Class ML: 3137AX*LS0; Class MP: 3137AX*LT8; Class MZ: 3137AX*LU5; Class NA: 3137AX*LV3; Class NM: 3137AX*M75; Class PA: 3137AX*MB6; Class PM: 3137AX*MK6; Class S: 3137AX*MP5; Class SD: 3137AX*MR1; Class ST: 3137AX*MS9; Class ZP: 3137AX*MT7 01/30/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4158 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class CA: 3137AX*UR2; Class CI: 3137AX*US0; Class CY: 3137AX*UT8; Class KT: 3137AX*UU5; Class KZ: 3137AX*UV3; Class LA: 3137AX*UW1; Class LF: 3137AX*V34; Class LS: 3137AX*VD2; Class TA: 3137AX*VJ9; Class TY: 3137AX*VZ3; Class ZC: 3137AX*W25; Class ZT: 3137AX*W33 01/30/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4159 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AF: 3137AX*WN9; Class FD: 3137AX*WP4; Class FQ: 3137AX*WR0; Class JA: 3137AX*WV1; Class JC: 3137AX*WW9; Class JI: 3137AX*X32; Class KA: 3137AX*XC2; Class KB: 3137AX*XD0; Class KD: 3137AX*XF5; Class KF: 3137AX*XG3; Class KS: 3137AX*XR9; Class LJ: 3137AX*XT5; Class LK: 3137AX*XU2; Class LO: 3137AX*XV0; Class LV: 3137AX*XW8; Class LZ: 3137AX*XX6; Class NA: 3137AX*XY4; Class NF: 3137AX*XZ1; Class NI: 3137AX*Y23; Class NQ: 3137AX*Y31; Class NS: 3137AX*Y49; Class NY: 3137AX*Y64; Class PO: 3137AX*Y72; Class SD: 3137AX*YA5; Class SQ: 3137AX*YB3; Class UA: 3137AX*YC1; Class UB: 3137AX*YD9; Class UC: 3137AX*YE7; Class UD: 3137AX*YF4; Class UE: 3137AX*YG2; Class UP: 3137AX*YJ6 01/31/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4160 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AB: 3137AX*TW3; Class AY: 3137AX*U76; Class HA: 3137AX*UC5; Class HB: 3137AX*UD3; Class HC: 3137AX*UE1; Class HH: 3137AX*UF8; Class IB: 3137AX*UJ0; Class IO: 3137AX*UK7; Class PA: 3137AX*W66; Class PH: 3137AX*WC3; Class SI: 3137AX*UP6 01/31/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4161 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AA: 3137AY*KN0; Class AC: 3137AY*KP5; Class AI: 3137AY*KQ3; Class AN: 3137AY*KR1; Class BW: 3137AY*L82; Class FP: 3137AY*LH2; Class FY: 3137AY*LJ8; Class IA: 3137AY*LL3; Class IM: 3137AY*LP4; Class IO: 3137AY*LQ2; Class JA: 3137AY*LR0; Class JB: 3137AY*LS8; Class JC: 3137AY*LT6; Class JE: 3137AY*LU3; Class JG: 3137AY*LV1; Class JH: 3137AY*LW9; Class JJ: 3137AY*LX7; Class JK: 3137AY*LY5; Class JL: 3137AY*LZ2; Class KA: 3137AY*M24; Class KB: 3137AY*M32; Class KC: 3137AY*M40; Class KD: 3137AY*M57; Class LA: 3137AY*M65; Class LB: 3137AY*M73; Class LC: 3137AY*M81; Class LD: 3137AY*M99; Class LE: 3137AY*MA6; Class LM: 3137AY*MB4; Class LO: 3137AY*MC2; Class LT: 3137AY*MD0; Class MA: 3137AY*ME8; Class NA: 3137AY*MQ1; Class PW: 3137AY*NJ6; Class SP: 3137AY*NW7; Class SY: 3137AY*NX5; Class TA: 3137AY*NY3; Class TU: 3137AY*P96; Class UA: 3137AY*PB1; Class WA: 3137AY*PK1; Class WI: 3137AY*PL9; Class WZ: 3137AY*PM7; Class XA: 3137AY*PN5; Class XM: 3137AY*PW5; Class YA: 3137AY*Q61; Class YB: 3137AY*Q79; Class YD: 3137AY*Q87; Class YF: 3137AY*Q95; Class YJ: 3137AY*QA2; Class YP: 3137AY*QE4; Class YS: 3137AY*QF1; Class YT: 3137AY*QG9; Class YY: 3137AY*QH7; Class ZW: 3137AY*QJ3 02/28/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4162 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class A: 3137AY*GW5; Class BY: 3137AY*HP9; Class DA: 3137AY*HQ7; Class DI: 3137AY*HR5; Class JB: 3137AY*HS3; Class JZ: 3137AY*HT1; Class P: 3137AY*HU8; Class TA: 3137AY*JF9; Class TI: 3137AY*JG7; Class TZ: 3137AY*JH5; Class ZJ: 3137AY*JJ1 02/28/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4163 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AB: 3137AY*TB7; Class AD: 3137AY*TC5; Class AI: 3137AY*TD3; Class CB: 3137AY*TF8; Class CL: 3137AY*TG6; Class CW: 3137AY*TH4; Class FG: 3137AY*TK7; Class GF: 3137AY*TT8; Class GQ: 3137AY*TV3; Class GS: 3137AY*TW1; Class IA: 3137AY*TX9; Class PB: 3137AY*TY7; Class PI: 3137AY*TZ4; Class PL: 3137AY*U25; Class PM: 3137AY*U33; Class SG: 3137AY*U74; Class WF: 3137AY*UA7; Class WL: 3137AY*UB5; Class WP: 3137AY*UC3; Class WS: 3137AY*UD1; Class YA: 3137AY*UE9; Class YL: 3137AY*UF6; Class YZ: 3137AY*UG4; Class ZM: 3137AY*UH2 02/28/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4164 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class CZ: 3137AY*GA3; Class DA: 3137AY*GB1; Class DC: 3137AY*GD7; Class DL: 3137AY*GE5; Class ID: 3137AY*GG0; Class PK: 3137AY*GS4; Class PL: 3137AY*GT2; Class PM: 3137AY*GU9 02/28/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4165 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AB: 3137AY*QK0; Class AI: 3137AY*QL8; Class AY: 3137AY*QM6; Class AZ: 3137AY*QN4; Class BA: 3137AY*QP9; Class CA: 3137AY*QY0; Class CI: 3137AY*QZ7; Class ED: 3137AY*R29; Class EI: 3137AY*R37; Class EZ: 3137AY*R45; Class FJ: 3137AY*R52; Class GM: 3137AY*R60; Class JB: 3137AY*R86; Class JY: 3137AY*RN3; Class KA: 3137AY*RP8; Class KL: 3137AY*RQ6; Class KM: 3137AY*RR4; Class KT: 3137AY*RS2; Class KZ: 3137AY*RT0; Class MD: 3137AY*RU7; Class MF: 3137AY*RV5; Class MS: 3137AY*RW3; Class SJ: 3137AY*SE2; Class TA: 3137AY*SF9; Class TY: 3137AY*SU6; Class ZA: 3137AY*T92; Class ZT: 3137AY*TA9 02/28/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4166 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class CA: 3137AY*CT6; Class FA: 3137AY*CU3; Class IO: 3137AY*CV1; Class IT: 3137AY*CW9; Class PA: 3137AY*CX7; Class PB: 3137AY*CY5; Class PQ: 3137AY*D24; Class PZ: 3137AY*D40; Class SB: 3137AY*D81; Class SC: 3137AY*D99; Class TI: 3137AY*DA6 02/28/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4167 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AC: 3137AY*KH3; Class AI: 3137AY*KJ9; Class IO: 3137AY*KK6; Class PT: 3137AY*KL4 02/28/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4168 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AT: 3137AY*FT3; Class BA: 3137AY*FU0; Class BC: 3137AY*FV8; Class BI: 3137AY*FW6; Class BY: 3137AY*FX4; Class CO: 3137AY*FY2; Class CI: 3137AY*FZ9; Class CY: 3137AY*G21; Class JA: 3137AY*G47; Class JP: 3137AY*G54; Class JZ: 3137AY*G62 02/28/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4169 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class AB: 3137B0*2C7; Class AF: 3137B0*2G8; Class AS: 3137B0*2M5; Class DF: 3137B0*2N3; Class DS: 3137B0*2P8; Class FA: 3137B0*2Q6; Class HI: 3137B0*2X1; Class HL: 3137B0*3A0; Class HM: 3137B0*3B8; Class IH: 3137B0*3C6; Class LJ: 3137B0*3E2; Class LK: 3137B0*3F9; Class LO: 3137B0*3H5; Class LV: 3137B0*3J1; Class LZ: 3137B0*3K8; Class NC: 3137B0*3L6; Class SA: 3137B0*3R3 02/28/2013 Freddie Mac REMIC, Series 4170 REMIC Bond Administrator - Freddie Mac Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation  1551 PARK RUN DRIVE, MAIL STOP D5C MCLEAN, VA 22102-3110 800 FRE-DDIE Class BM: 3137AY*UV1; Class BP: 3137AY*UY5; Class BY: 3137AY*V40; Class C: 3137AY*V57; Class DA: 3137AY*VJ7; Class DI: 3137AY*VP3; Class EA: 3137AY*VU2; Class EF: 3137AY*VY4; Class EI: 3137AY*W23; Class EO: 3137AY*W64; Class ES: 3137AY*W72; Class FB: 3137AY*W80; Class FG: 3137AY*W98; Class FJ: 3137AY*WA5; Class FK: 3137AY*WB3; Class FL: 3137AY*WC1; Class HF: 3137AY*WH0; Class HS: 3137AY*WL1; Class IC: 3137AY*WM9; Class IP: 3137AY*WP2; Class IT: 3137AY*WQ0; Class IU: 3137AY*WR8; Class JA: 3137AY*WS6; Class JI: 3137AY*WT4; Class JY: 3137AY*WV9; Class KA: 3137AY*WW7; Class KF: 3137AY*X30; Class KI: 3137AY*X63; Class KO: 3137AY*X71; Class KS: 3137AY*X89; Class LF: 3137AY*X97; Class LO: 3137AY*XB2; Class LS: 3137AY*XC0; Class LZ: 3137AY*XD8; Class MA: 3137AY*XE6; 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Download 1040ez Bank National Association  One Federal Street 3rd Floor Boston, MA 02110 617-603-6449 Class 1-A: 817521*AA5; Class 1-B: 817521*AJ6; Class R-1: 817521*AC1; Class 2-A: 817521*AE7; Class 2-B: 817521*AL1; Class R-2: 817521*AG2; Class 1-A: 817521*AB3; Class 1-B: 817521*AK3; Class R-1: 817521*AD9; Class 2-A: 817521*AF4; Class 2-B: 817521*AM9; Class R-2: 817521*AH0 12/12/2012 SLM Student Loan Trust 2012-8 Gretchen Johnson, Treasurer 2001 Edmund Halley Drive Reston, VA 20191 703-810-3000 Class: 78447L*AA8; Class: 78447L*AB6; Class: U82828*AA9; Class: U82828*AB7 12/20/2012 SLM Private Education Loan Trust 2013-A Gretchen Johnson, Treasurer 2001 Edmund Halley Drive Reston, VA 20191 703-810-3000 Class: 78447R*AA5; Class: 78447R*AB3; Class: 78447R*AC1; Class: 78447R*AD9; Class: U82924*AA6; Class: U82924*AB4; Class: U82924*AC2; Class: U82924*AD0 03/07/2013 SLM Student Loan Trust 2013-1 Gretchen Johnson, Treasurer 2001 Edmund Halley Drive Reston, VA 20191 703-810-3000 Class: 78447M*AA6; Class: 78447M*AB4; Class: 78447M*AC2; Class: 78447M*AD0 02/14/2013 SLM Student Loan Trust 2013-R1 Gretchen Johnson, Treasurer 2001 Edmund Halley Drive Reston, VA 20191 703-810-3000 Class: 78447P*AA9; Class: U82821*AA4 01/31/2013 TOYOTA AUTO CONDUIT TRUST 2013-1 LINAS UDRYS SMBC NIKKO SECURITIES AMERICA, INC. Download 1040ez  19001 S. Download 1040ez WESTERN AVENUE, NF24, C/O CORPORATE TAX DEPARTMENT TORRANCE, CA 90501 310-468-1718 N/A 01/31/2013 TOYOTA AUTO CONDUIT TRUST 2013-2 LINAS UDRYS BANK OF TOKYO MITSUBISHI - INVESTMENT BANKING DIVISION FOR THE AMERICAS  19001 S. Download 1040ez WESTERN AVENUE, NF24, C/O CORPORATE TAX DEPARTMENT TORRANCE, CA 90501 310-468-1718 N/A 02/20/2013 UBS-Barclays Commercial Mortgage Trust 2012-C4 Lower-Tier Remic Althea D. Download 1040ez Wright, Vice President U. Download 1040ez S. Download 1040ez Bank National Association  One Federal Street 3rd Floor Boston, MA 02110 617-603-6449 Class A-1: 90270R*BA1; Class A-2: 90270R*BB9; Class A-3: 90270R*BC7; Class A-4: 90270R*BD5; Class A-5: 90270R*BE3; Class A-AB: 90270R*BF0; Class A-S: 90270R*AA2; Class X-A: 90270R*AC8; Class X-B: 90270R*AE4; Class B: 90270R*AG9; Class C: 90270R*AJ3; Class D: 90270R*AL8; Class E: 90270R*AN4; Class F: 90270R*AQ7; Class G: 90270R*AS3 12/20/2012 UBS-Barclays Commercial Mortgage Trust 2012-C4 Upper-Tier Remic Althea D. Download 1040ez Wright, Vice President U. Download 1040ez S. Download 1040ez Bank National Association  One Federal Street 3rd Floor Boston, MA 02110 617-603-6449 Class A-1: 90270R*BA1; Class A-2: 90270R*BB9; Class A-3: 90270R*BC7; Class A-4: 90270R*BD5; Class A-5: 90270R*BE3; Class A-AB: 90270R*BF0; Class A-S: 90270R*AA2; Class X-A: 90270R*AC8; Class X-B: 90270R*AE4; Class B: 90270R*AG9; Class C: 90270R*AJ3; Class D: 90270R*AL8; Class E: 90270R*AN4; Class F: 90270R*AQ7; Class G: 90270R*AS3 12/20/2012 UBS-Barclays CMT 2013-C5 June Pak, V. Download 1040ez P. Download 1040ez c/o 1761 E. Download 1040ez St. Download 1040ez Andrew Place Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 247-6299 Class A1: 90270Y*BC2; Class A2: 90270Y*BD0; Class A3: 90270Y*BE8; Class A4: 90270Y*BF5; Class AAB: 90270Y*BG3; Class AS: 90270Y*AA7; Class XA: 90270Y*AC3; Class XB: 90270Y*AE9; Class B: 90270Y*AG4; Class EC: 90270Y*AJ8; Class C: 90270Y*AL3; Class D: 90270Y*AN9; Class E: 90270Y*AQ2; Class F: 90270Y*AS8; Class G: 90270Y*AU3; Class V: 90270Y*AW9 02/28/2013 2012-001 FANNIE MAE REMIC TRUST II REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class CZ: 3136A3*TV3; Class M: 3136A3*TW1; Class MN: 3136A3*TX9; Class FA: 3136A3*TY7; Class PA: 3136A3*TZ4; Class PF: 3136A3*UA7; Class ZA: 3136A3*UB5; Class PS: 3136A3*UC3; Class SA: 3136A3*UD1; Class G(4): 3136A3*UE9; Class GI(4): 3136A3*UF6; Class AE(5): 3136A3*UG4; Class AX(5): 3136A3*UH2; Class AI: 3136A3*UJ8; Class F: 3136A3*UK5; Class MA: 3136A3*UL3; Class ML: 3136A3*UM1; Class MZ: 3136A3*UN9; Class MI: 3136A3*UP4; Class S: 3136A3*UQ2; Class RG: 3136A3*UT6 01/30/2012 2012-031 FANNIE MAE REMIC TRUST II REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class CF: 3136A5*HD1; Class CS: 3136A5*HE9; Class FT: 3136A5*HF6; Class MB(3): 3136A5*HG4; Class MN: 3136A5*HH2; Class MI(3): 3136A5*HJ8; Class ST: 3136A5*HK5; Class FA: 3136A5*HL3; Class FG: 3136A5*HM1; Class LA: 3136A5*HN9; Class LJ: 3136A5*HP4; Class LS(3): 3136A5*HQ2; Class LT(3): 3136A5*HR0; Class LI: 3136A5*HS8; Class SA: 3136A5*HT6; Class CZ: 3136A5*HU3; Class HP(3): 3136A5*HY1; Class PA(3): 3136A5*HW9; Class PI(3): 3136A5*HX7; Class : 3136A5*HY5; Class IH(3): 3136A5*HZ2; Class PI(3): 3136A5*JA5; Class TS: 3136A5*JB3; Class BG: 3136A5*JC1; Class FB: 3136A5*JD9; Class Z: 3136A5*JE7; Class BI: 3136A5*JF4; Class SB: 3136A5*JG2; Class NF: 3136A5*JH0; Class NL: 3136A5*JJ6; Class NP: 3136A5*JK3; Class NZ: 3136A5*JL1; Class NI: 3136A5*JM9; Class NS: 3136A5*JN7; Class DA: 3136A5*JP2; Class DC: 3136A5*JQ0; Class AL: 3136A5*JR8; Class AX(5): 3136A5*JS6; Class BX(6): 3136A5*JT4; Class HF(3): 3136A5*JU1; Class HS(3): 3136A5*JV9; Class A(3)(5): 3136A5*JW7; Class AG(3)(6): 3136A5*JX5; Class IO(3): 3136A5*JY3; Class IV(3): 3136A5*JZ0; Class RG: 3136A5*KC9 12/28/2012 2012-129 FANNIE MAE LOWER TIER REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class DE(2): 3136AA*CM5; Class ID(2): 3136AA*CN3; Class DY(2): 3136AA*CP8; Class JD: 3136AA*CQ6; Class JI(2): 3136AA*CR4; Class HP: 3136AA*CS2; Class HT: 3136AA*CT0; Class IJ: 3136AA*CU7; Class AB: 3136AA*CV5; Class IO: 3136AA*CW3; Class FA: 3136AA*CX1; Class SA: 3136AA*CY9; Class PT: 3136AA*CZ6; Class LA: 3136AA*DA0; Class KL(2): 3136AA*DB8; Class KZ: 3136AA*DC6; Class ZL: 3136AA*DD4; Class PA: 3136AA*DE2; Class PZ: 3136AA*DF9; Class KM(2): 3136AA*DG7; Class MZ: 3136AA*DH5; Class ZP: 3136AA*DJ1; Class GC(2): 3136AA*DK8; Class GI(2): 3136AA*DL6; Class TB(2): 3136AA*DM4; Class TI(2): 3136AA*DN2; Class TY: 3136AA*DP7; Class KT: 3136AA*DQ5; Class TZ: 3136AA*DR3; Class ZT: 3136AA*DS1; Class CL(2): 3136AA*DT9; Class IC(2): 3136AA*DU6; Class CV: 3136AA*DV4; Class DV: 3136AA*DW2; Class ZC: 3136AA*DX0; Class RL: 3136AA*DZ5 11/30/2012 2012-129 FANNIE MAE REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class DE(2): 3136AA*CM5; Class ID(2): 3136AA*CN3; Class DY(2): 3136AA*CP8; Class JD: 3136AA*CQ6; Class JI(2): 3136AA*CR4; Class HP: 3136AA*CS2; Class HT: 3136AA*CT0; Class IJ: 3136AA*CU7; Class AB: 3136AA*CV5; Class IO: 3136AA*CW3; Class FA: 3136AA*CX1; Class SA: 3136AA*CY9; Class PT: 3136AA*CZ6; Class LA: 3136AA*DA0; Class KL(2): 3136AA*DB8; Class KZ: 3136AA*DC6; Class ZL: 3136AA*DD4; Class PA: 3136AA*DE2; Class PZ: 3136AA*DF9; Class KM(2): 3136AA*DG7; Class MZ: 3136AA*DH5; Class ZP: 3136AA*DJ1; Class GC(2): 3136AA*DK8; Class GI(2): 3136AA*DL6; Class TB(2): 3136AA*DM4; Class TI(2): 3136AA*DN2; Class TY: 3136AA*DP7; Class KT: 3136AA*DQ5; Class TZ: 3136AA*DR3; Class ZT: 3136AA*DS1; Class CL(2): 3136AA*DT9; Class IC(2): 3136AA*DU6; Class CV: 3136AA*DV4; Class DV: 3136AA*DW2; Class ZC: 3136AA*DX0; Class R: 3136AA*DY8 11/30/2012 2012-130 FANNIE MAE LOWER TIER REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class FA: 3136AA*FT7; Class SA: 3136AA*FU4; Class PT: 3136AA*FV2; Class AF: 3136AA*FW0; Class AS: 3136AA*FX8; Class EC: 3136AA*FY6; Class FP: 3136AA*FZ3; Class SP: 3136AA*GA7; Class CD: 3136AA*GB5; Class CB: 3136AA*GC3; Class CI: 3136AA*GD1; Class CA: 3136AA*GE9; Class CF: 3136AA*GF6; Class CS: 3136AA*GG4; Class UA(4): 3136AA*GH2; Class UI(4): 3136AA*GJ8; Class DA(4): 3136AA*GK5; Class DF(4): 3136AA*GL3; Class DS(4): 3136AA*GM1; Class FD: 3136AA*GN9; Class SD: 3136AA*GP4; Class RL: 3136AA*GR0 11/30/2012 2012-130 FANNIE MAE REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class FA: 3136AA*FT7; Class SA: 3136AA*FU4; Class PT: 3136AA*FV2; Class AF: 3136AA*FW0; Class AS: 3136AA*FX8; Class EC: 3136AA*FY6; Class FP: 3136AA*FZ3; Class SP: 3136AA*GA7; Class CD: 3136AA*GB5; Class CB: 3136AA*GC3; Class CI: 3136AA*GD1; Class CA: 3136AA*GE9; Class CF: 3136AA*GF6; Class CS: 3136AA*GG4; Class UA(4): 3136AA*GH2; Class UI(4): 3136AA*GJ8; Class DA(4): 3136AA*GK5; Class DF(4): 3136AA*GL3; Class DS(4): 3136AA*GM1; Class FD: 3136AA*GN9; Class SD: 3136AA*GP4; Class R: 3136AA*GO2 11/30/2012 2012-131 FANNIE MAE LOWER TIER REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class QD: 3136AA*BJ3; Class PF: 3136AA*BK0; Class PS: 3136AA*BL8; Class QZ: 3136AA*BM6; Class BF: 3136AA*BN4; Class BS: 3136AA*BP9; Class AM(4): 3136AA*BQ7; Class IA(4): 3136AA*BR5; Class CA: 3136AA*BS3; Class GC(4): 3136AA*BT1; Class FG(4): 3136AA*BU8; Class SG(4): 3136AA*BV6; Class GY: 3136AA*BW4; Class GF: 3136AA*BX2; Class GS: 3136AA*BY0; Class MG: 3136AA*BZ7; Class MI: 3136AA*CA1; Class MZ: 3136AA*CB9; Class DP: 3136AA*CC7; Class DZ: 3136AA*CD5; Class RL: 3136AA*CF0 11/30/2012 2012-131 FANNIE MAE REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class QD: 3136AA*BJ3; Class PF: 3136AA*BK0; Class PS: 3136AA*BL8; Class QZ: 3136AA*BM6; Class BF: 3136AA*BN4; Class BS: 3136AA*BP9; Class AM(4): 3136AA*BQ7; Class IA(4): 3136AA*BR5; Class CA: 3136AA*BS3; Class GC(4): 3136AA*BT1; Class FG(4): 3136AA*BU8; Class SG(4): 3136AA*BV6; Class GY: 3136AA*BW4; Class GF: 3136AA*BX2; Class GS: 3136AA*BY0; Class MG: 3136AA*BZ7; Class MI: 3136AA*CA1; Class MZ: 3136AA*CB9; Class DP: 3136AA*CC7; Class DZ: 3136AA*CD5; Class R: 3136AA*CE3 11/30/2012 2012-132 FANNIE MAE LOWER TIER REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class PQ(2): 3136AA*MV4; Class PE: 3136AA*MW2; Class UF: 3136AA*MX0; Class US: 3136AA*MY8; Class FB(2): 3136AA*MZ5; Class SA(2): 3136AA*NA9; Class IA(2): 3136AA*NB7; Class MA(2): 3136AA*NC5; Class ME: 3136AA*ND3; Class MF: 3136AA*NE1; Class MS: 3136AA*NF8; Class IM: 3136AA*NG6; Class KA(2): 3136AA*NH4; Class HN(2): 3136AA*NJ0; Class FH(2): 3136AA*NK7; Class SH(2): 3136AA*NL5; Class HE: 3136AA*NM3; Class HZ: 3136AA*NN1; Class GF(2): 3136AA*NP6; Class HS(2): 3136AA*NQ4; Class IH(2): 3136AA*NR2; Class A: 3136AA*NS0; Class AI: 3136AA*NT8; Class KY(2): 3136AA*NU5; Class RL: 3136AA*NW1 11/30/2012 2012-132 FANNIE MAE REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class PQ(2): 3136AA*MV4; Class PE: 3136AA*MW2; Class UF: 3136AA*MX0; Class US: 3136AA*MY8; Class FB(2): 3136AA*MZ5; Class SA(2): 3136AA*NA9; Class IA(2): 3136AA*NB7; Class MA(2): 3136AA*NC5; Class ME: 3136AA*ND3; Class MF: 3136AA*NE1; Class MS: 3136AA*NF8; Class IM: 3136AA*NG6; Class KA(2): 3136AA*NH4; Class HN(2): 3136AA*NJ0; Class FH(2): 3136AA*NK7; Class SH(2): 3136AA*NL5; Class HE: 3136AA*NM3; Class HZ: 3136AA*NN1; Class GF(2): 3136AA*NP6; Class HS(2): 3136AA*NQ4; Class IH(2): 3136AA*NR2; Class A: 3136AA*NS0; Class AI: 3136AA*NT8; Class KY(2): 3136AA*NU5; Class R: 3136AA*NV3 11/30/2012 2012-133 FANNIE MAE LOWER TIER REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class PF: 3136AA*WV3; Class PS: 3136AA*WW1; Class AP: 3136AA*WX9; Class BP: 3136AA*WY7; Class QF: 3136AA*WZ4; Class QS: 3136AA*XA8; Class LP: 3136AA*XB6; Class FP(4): 3136AA*XC4; Class SP(4): 3136AA*XD2; Class PA: 3136AA*XE0; Class UF: 3136AA*XF7; Class US: 3136AA*XG5; Class FA(4): 3136AA*XH3; Class SA(4): 3136AA*XJ9; Class AF: 3136AA*XK6; Class AS: 3136AA*XL4; Class AB: 3136AA*XM2; Class AD: 3136AA*XN0; Class PZ: 3136AA*XP5; Class FE(4): 3136AA*XQ3; Class SE(4): 3136AA*XR1; Class ED(4): 3136AA*XS9; Class EI(4): 3136AA*XT7; Class EB: 3136AA*XU4; Class CF(4): 3136AA*XV2; Class CS(4): 3136AA*XW0; Class FC: 3136AA*XX8; Class SC: 3136AA*XY6; Class CA: 3136AA*XZ3; Class CB: 3136AA*YA7; Class MD: 3136AA*YB5; Class MA: 3136AA*YC3; Class ME: 3136AA*YD1; Class MG: 3136AA*YE9; Class MB: 3136AA*YF6; Class MC: 3136AA*YG4; Class MO: 3136AA*YH2; Class GF(4): 3136AA*YJ8; Class GS(4): 3136AA*YK5; Class GE(4): 3136AA*YL3; Class GI(4): 3136AA*YM1; Class GQ(4): 3136AA*YN9; Class GW(4): 3136AA*YP4; Class GY(4): 3136AA*YQ2; Class LD: 3136AA*YR0; Class LE: 3136AA*YS8; Class LA: 3136AA*YT6; Class LB: 3136AA*YU3; Class LG: 3136AA*YV1; Class LO: 3136AA*YW9; Class LC: 3136AA*YX7; Class HF(4): 3136AA*YY5; Class HS(4): 3136AA*YZ2; Class HI(4): 3136AA*ZA6; Class HA(4): 3136AA*ZB4; Class HY(4): 3136AA*ZC2; Class HK(4): 3136AA*ZD0; Class HJ(4): 3136AA*ZE8; Class KD: 3136AA*ZF5; Class KE: 3136AA*ZG3; Class KT: 3136AA*ZH1; Class KA: 3136AA*ZJ7; Class KB: 3136AA*ZK4; Class KC: 3136AA*ZL2; Class KO: 3136AA*ZM0; Class JF(4): 3136AA*ZN8; Class JS(4): 3136AA*ZP3; Class JA(4): 3136AA*ZQ1; Class JI(4): 3136AA*ZR9; Class JW(4): 3136AA*ZS7; Class JY(4): 3136AA*ZT5; Class JC(4): 3136AA*ZU2; Class WP(4): 3136AA*ZV0; Class WF(4): 3136AA*ZW8; Class WS(4): 3136AA*ZX6; Class NF(4): 3136AA*ZY4; Class NS(4): 3136AA*ZZ1; Class NA(4): 3136AA*A21; Class NI(4): 3136AA*A39; Class NB: 3136AA*A47; Class TD(4): 3136AA*A54; Class TE(4): 3136AA*A62; Class TA(4): 3136AA*A70; Class TB(4): 3136AA*A88; Class TG(4): 3136AA*A96; Class TO(4): 3136AA*B20; Class TC(4): 3136AA*B38; Class RL: 3136AA*B53 11/30/2012 2012-133 FANNIE MAE REMIC TRUST REMIC INVESTOR HOTLINE 3900 WISCONSIN AVENUE NW WASHINGTON, DC 20016 800-237-8627 Class PF: 3136AA*WV3; Class PS: 3136AA*WW1; Class AP: 3136AA*WX9; Class BP: 3136AA*WY7; Class QF: 3136AA*WZ4; Class QS: 3136AA*XA8; Class LP: 3136AA*XB6; Class FP(4): 3136AA*XC4; Class SP(4): 3136AA*XD2; Class PA: 3136AA*XE0; Class UF: 3136AA*XF7; Class US: 3136AA*XG5; Class FA(4): 3136AA*XH3; Class SA(4): 3136AA*XJ9; Class AF: 3136AA*XK6; Class AS: 3136AA*XL4; Class AB: 3136AA*XM2; Class AD: 3136AA*XN0; Class PZ: 3136AA*XP5; Class FE(4): 3136AA*XQ3; Class SE(4): 3136AA*XR1; Class ED(4): 3136AA*XS9; Class EI(4): 3136AA*XT7; Class EB: 3136AA*XU4; Class CF(4): 3136AA*XV2; Class CS(4): 3136AA*XW0; Class FC: 3136AA*XX8; Class SC: 3136AA*XY6; Class CA: 3136AA*XZ3; Class CB: 3136AA*YA7; Class MD: 3136AA*YB5; Class MA: 3136AA*YC3; Class ME: 3136AA*YD1; Class MG: 3136AA*YE9; Class MB: 3136AA*YF6; Class MC: 3136AA*YG4; Class MO: 3136AA*YH2; Class GF(4): 3136AA*YJ8; 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Download 1040ez Publication 969 - Main Content Table of Contents Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)Qualifying for an HSA Contributions to an HSA Distributions From an HSA Balance in an HSA Death of HSA Holder Filing Form 8889 Employer Participation Medical Savings Accounts (MSAs)Archer MSAs Contributions to an MSA Distributions From an MSA Balance in an Archer MSA Death of the Archer MSA Holder Filing Form 8853 Employer Participation Medicare Advantage MSAs Flexible Spending Arrangements (FSAs)Qualifying for an FSA Contributions to an FSA Distributions From an FSA Balance in an FSA Employer Participation Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs)Qualifying for an HRA Contributions to an HRA Distributions From an HRA Balance in an HRA Employer Participation How To Get Tax HelpLow Income Taxpayer Clinics Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) A health savings account (HSA) is a tax-exempt trust or custodial account you set up with a qualified HSA trustee to pay or reimburse certain medical expenses you incur. Download 1040ez You must be an eligible individual to qualify for an HSA. Download 1040ez No permission or authorization from the IRS is necessary to establish an HSA. Download 1040ez You set up an HSA with a trustee. Download 1040ez A qualified HSA trustee can be a bank, an insurance company, or anyone already approved by the IRS to be a trustee of individual retirement arrangements (IRAs) or Archer MSAs. Download 1040ez The HSA can be established through a trustee that is different from your health plan provider. Download 1040ez Your employer may already have some information on HSA trustees in your area. Download 1040ez If you have an Archer MSA, you can generally roll it over into an HSA tax free. Download 1040ez See Rollovers, later. Download 1040ez What are the benefits of an HSA?   You may enjoy several benefits from having an HSA. 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Download 1040ez January -0- February -0- March -0- April -0- May -0- June -0- July -0- August -0- September -0- October -0- November -0- December $6,450. Download 1040ez 00 Total for all months $6,450. Download 1040ez 00 Limitation. Download 1040ez Divide the total by 12 $537. Download 1040ez 50 Chris would include $5,912. Download 1040ez 50 ($6,450. Download 1040ez 00 – $537. Download 1040ez 50) in his gross income on his 2014 tax return. Download 1040ez Also, a 10% additional tax applies to this amount. Download 1040ez Example 2. Download 1040ez Erika, age 39, has self-only HDHP coverage on January 1, 2013. Download 1040ez Erika changes to family HDHP coverage on November 1, 2013. Download 1040ez Because Erika has family HDHP coverage on December 1, 2013, she contributes $6,450 for 2013. Download 1040ez Erika fails to be an eligible individual in March 2014. 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Download 1040ez   You must reduce the amount you, or any other person, can contribute to your HSA by the amount of any contributions made by your employer that are excludable from your income. Download 1040ez This includes amounts contributed to your account by your employer through a cafeteria plan. Download 1040ez Enrolled in Medicare. Download 1040ez   Beginning with the first month you are enrolled in Medicare, your contribution limit is zero. Download 1040ez Example. Download 1040ez You turned age 65 in July 2013 and enrolled in Medicare. Download 1040ez You had an HDHP with self-only coverage and are eligible for an additional contribution of $1,000. Download 1040ez Your contribution limit is $2,125 ($4,250 × 6 ÷ 12). Download 1040ez Qualified HSA funding distribution. Download 1040ez   A qualified HSA funding distribution may be made from your traditional IRA or Roth IRA to your HSA. Download 1040ez This distribution cannot be made from an ongoing SEP IRA or SIMPLE IRA. Download 1040ez For this purpose, a SEP IRA or SIMPLE IRA is ongoing if an employer contribution is made for the plan year ending with or within your tax year in which the distribution would be made. Download 1040ez   The maximum qualified HSA funding distribution depends on the HDHP coverage (self-only or family) you have on the first day of the month in which the contribution is made and your age as of the end of the tax year. Download 1040ez The distribution must be made directly by the trustee of the IRA to the trustee of the HSA. Download 1040ez The distribution is not included in your income, is not deductible, and reduces the amount that can be contributed to your HSA. Download 1040ez The qualified HSA funding distribution is shown on Form 8889 for the year in which the distribution is made. Download 1040ez   You can make only one qualified HSA funding distribution during your lifetime. 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