Please see the attached table for information on foreign sourced income and foreign qualified dividends.
Please note, however, that completing Form 1116 (or Form 1118) still involves several other steps, which are detailed in the IRS Instructions of these Forms.
In 2012 two Harbor funds, the International Fund and the International Growth Fund, elected to pass through to their respective shareowners, foreign taxes paid by the funds in 2012. As a result, the total taxable income reported to you in "Box 1a" of Form 1099-DIV includes not only the distributions you received, including the reinvestment in additional fund shares, but also the amount of foreign taxes passed through to you. The taxes passed through to you are included in "Box 6" of your Form 1099-DIV and can generally be claimed by you on your income tax return as if you had directly paid that amount as tax to a foreign country. This amount can generally be claimed by you as either an itemized deduction or as a foreign tax credit. You may only claim the amount in "Box 6" as a deduction or a credit if you held your shares for at least 16 days during the 31-day period beginning 15 days before the ex-dividend date. For Harbor International and International Growth Funds the ex-dividend date was December 17, 2012.
You should consult your tax adviser regarding your specific situation.