The How to Read Your IIM Statement link shows samples of a statement. The first page of a statement contains transactions for the last quarter. The second sample page shows you property assets associated with those transactions. Your statement may need more than one page to list the transactions. After all the transactions are listed, the following page or pages of your statement shows your assets. Use your mouse to roll over definitions of the column heads on each sample page.
Account statements are generally mailed to Indian trust beneficiaries quarterly. Statements include account activity for the past quarter. If you receive income from an oil or gas asset, you will also receive an explanation of payment that includes the payor's name and lease number, sales information, unit values, royalty information, and adjustments.
Note: If you have an account with a very low balance, and it has had no activity for the last eighteen months, you will receive a statement once a year.
Your IIM Statement of Performance includes:
Your personal IIM account number is made up of three sections, and will look something like "123 A 123456." The first three digits represent a tribal code, land area code or Alaska Regional Corporation code. The one-letter character is an "alpha" or "class" code, which identifies the type of account you have.
A = Account holder is the original allottee of the land.
U = An Indian account holder who is not the original allottee but owns land interests or receives a per capita payment.
N = An Indian who is not enrolled in a federally-recognized tribe (lineal descendant).
L = Life estate, dower or courtesy, or homestead interest for an Indian.
B = Life estate, dower or courtesy, or homestead interest for a non-Indian.
J = Judgment per capita payment, generally used for minors and adults in need of assistance or under legal disability.
P = Tribal per capita payment generally used for minors or adults in need of assistance or under legal disability.
X = Non-Indian fee interest owner.
The group of numbers following the alpha code is your personal account number. In some cases this is your tribal enrollment number. Although you may have more than one type of account, your personal account number will always remain the same. Only the "alpha" code should be different.
If you have questions, call the Trust Beneficiary Call Center, toll free, at 1-888-678-6836.