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SHAREHOLDERS WITH QUESTIONS OR WHO NEED ASSISTANCE COMPLETING THEIR FORMS SHOULD CONTACT CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS AT (907) 790-2992.

SHAREHOLDERS WITH QUESTIONS OR WHO NEED ASSISTANCE COMPLETING THEIR FORMS SHOULD CONTACT CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS AT
(907) 790-2992.

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Through solid management practices, Kootznoowoo’s leadership team is focused on building businesses that are mindful of operating costs, employee productivity, and outstanding service.

Through solid management practices, Kootznoowoo’s leadership team is focused on building businesses that are mindful of operating costs, employee productivity, and outstanding service.

FAQ’s

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ARE LISTED BELOW.  CLICK THE QUESTION TO GET THE ANSWER.

Q: I didn’t get my dividend check. What should I do?

A: Shareholders who are missing or did not receive their dividend check should first contact the corporate headquarters to verify their contact information is up-to-date. If the check was not printed due to your status as a missing shareholder, that payment will be processed once your information is made current. Those who have checks that have been lost can request a reissue of their dividend by completing the Check Reissue Request Form. To download that form, click here.

Q: How can I find out how many shares I have in?

A: Please contact the Corporate Headquarters at (907) 790-2992 and one of our team members can assist you.  You may also visit us in person at 8585 Old Dairy Road in Juneau.

Q: Can I sell my Kootznoowoo shares?

A:  No. Your shares in Kootznoowoo represent your ownership in the corporation and have no par value. ANCSA shares cannot be bought, sold, traded, or used as collateral.  

Q: How do I become a Kootznoowoo shareholder?

A:  The only way to receive shares in Kootznoowoo is to receive them through either a gifting transfer from a current shareholder or through inheritance. In order to receive shares via gifting, the current shareholder must complete the Gifting Request Packet. These shares can only be transferred to a child, grandchild, great-grandchild, niece, nephew, or sibling. Also, the recipient must be Alaska Native as defined under ANCSA. Shares cannot be gifted to a parent, grandparent, spouse, aunt, uncle, or anyone who is not Alaska Native. Shares can also be received via inheritance either by a valid Testamentary Disposition, Last Will & Testament, or through Intestate Succession.

Q: Does Kootznoowoo provide any burial assistance to the family of a recently deceased shareholders?

A:  Yes. Kootznoowoo is pleased to provide a funeral benefit that ranges between $500-1000. These funds are intended to assist with funeral and associated expenses and payment will be made directly to the funeral home or mortuary. We are sorry, but they cannot be used to cover travel and lodging for family or friends wishing to attend the funeral. For more information, or to complete the Funeral Benefit Request Form, click here.

Q: Who can I leave my shares to when I pass away?

A:  Shareholders are entitled to leave their shares to whomever they wish when they pass away. However, while most shareholders decide to leave their shares to their children or grandchildren, some may choose to leave their shares to others. However, please know that any beneficiary that is not Alaska Native will have their shares converted to non-voting status upon transfer. In order to protect your shares and ensure they are being transferred according to your wishes, shareholders over the age of 18 should complete a Testamentary Disposition.

Q: Where did my child’s 7(i) monies from Sealaska go?

A:  There is an incorrect assumption that Kootznoowoo is receiving 7(i) monies for “Sealaska’s Life Estate Stock.” The Sealaska Life Estate Stock is not used to calculate the 7(j) monies received from Sealaska. The amount received is based on the original shareholders of 629 or 62,900 original shares. Kootznoowoo does not receive any additional monies from Sealaska.