When was ON24 founded?

ON24 was founded in 1998.

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Where are ON24’s headquarters located?

ON24’s headquarters is in San Francisco, California.

50 Beale Street, 8th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105

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When did ON24 go public?

ON24 first issued shares to the public on February 3rd, 2021. The ticker symbol is under the symbol “ONTF”.

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How can I invest in ON24?

ON24 is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

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What is ON24’s CUSIP number?

CUSIP 68339B104
/ ISN US68339B1044

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Who do I contact for information regarding my stockholder account? Who is the transfer agent to ON24?

The transfer agent and registrar for ON24 common stock is American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC.

Shareholder Services:
(800) 937-5449 or (718) 921-8124
Teletypewriter for the hearing impaired:
(866) 703-9077
(718) 921-8386

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Does ON24 distribute dividends?

ON24 is not currently paying dividends.

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When does ON24’s fiscal year end?

ON24’s fiscal year ends on December 31.

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How do I contact investor relations for ON24?

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How do I get added to ON24’s email distribution list?

Please go to the E-mail Alerts section of the investor relations website.

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When will you release your next financial results?

A list of all upcoming investor events can be found on our website here.

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Special Dividend FAQ

Special Dividend FAQ

How much is the ON24 Special Dividend?

The ON24 Special Dividend will be $1.09 per share.

When is the payment date of the ON24 Special Dividend?

The ON24 Special Dividend is expected to be paid on or about June 15, 2023.

Who will receive the ON24 Special Dividend?

Shareholders of Record on the close of business on May 22, 2023, will be entitled to receive the Special Dividend.

How do holders of our common stock treat distributions for tax purposes?

Distributions paid on shares of common stock will be taxable to you as dividend income to the extent those distributions are paid out of our current or accumulated earnings and profits. If you are an individual, such dividend income may be a qualified dividend and subject to tax at long-term capital gains rates provided you meet certain holding period and other requirements.

Distributions on our shares of common stock not paid out of our current or accumulated earnings and profits will be treated as a return of capital to the extent of your basis in your shares of common stock and any such payments in excess of your basis will be taxed as capital gain. 

Generally, state law conforms to Federal law regarding the treatment of return of capital. Shareholders should consult their own tax advisors as to their specific tax consequences.

What is a return of capital?

A return of capital is a payment in excess of an entity’s current and accumulated E&P. It is generally a tax deferred payment that reduces a shareholder’s cost basis of shares held, unless the distribution exceeds the shareholder’s basis in the stock prior to the distribution. The amount of return of capital will be reported in Box 3 of the 1099-DIV form that On24 shareholders receive at the end of each tax year in which On24 makes a distribution. With regard to amounts reported in Box 3 of Form 1099-DIV, it is possible that a portion of a distribution is classified as return of capital whereas the remaining portion of the distribution is considered taxable income. Shareholders should consult their own tax advisors as to their specific tax consequences.

What are Earnings and Profits?

Earnings and profits” is a tax accounting term that is applicable in the context of distributions made by a corporation. Earnings and profits generally represent a form of economic income based upon taxable income with certain adjustments. E&P is increased through earnings and decreased through losses and dividend payments to shareholders. The statutory provisions of Internal Revenue Code Section 312, and the related regulations, address the computation of E&P.

if the payout is greater than the company’s current and accumulated earnings and profits, all dividend payments made during the year, are taxable dividends. If the year’s cash payments exceed current and accumulated E&P, the portion of the payment not covered by E&P is generally a non-taxable return of capital which reduces a shareholder’s cost basis.

Where do shareholders receive information about return of capital distribution allocation each year?

ON24 is required to complete IRS Form 8937 for each dividend that affects shareholder basis and post it on the Investor Relations section of the ON24 website within 45 days of the dividend payment date. This form will provide details on the expected changes in the tax basis of the shares. The final determination of the tax treatment of annual dividends vs. return of capital will be reported to shareholders on Form 1099-DIV by January 31, 2023. 

Where can I find additional information regarding the income tax treatment of return of capital?

General rules can be found in IRS Publication 550, Investment Inco

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