Hi all, I have a few shares in the 100-500 companies and am wondering about dividends.
Are these paid first day of the new financial year and where will they appear? I believe I filled in a form to reinvest these on my platform
Also, how much should I expect yield to be?
I have some investments in Vanguard ASX 300 fund (VAS.ASX) which regularly pays out dividends, which I have set to automatically reinvest.
But because it pays dividends I have to pay tax on it.
I am in a fairly high tax bracket and looking for a fund that does not pay out...
Before i begin, please don't mistake me for being cynical, rather see me as exploring while i learn more about this world of business.
The past couple of weeks I have been attempting to find the ins-and-outs of why a business is structured not to pay dividends, but rather lucrative...
Any accountants on here?
The latest VHY div was $0.65794887 and from their statement:
Franked - 79.61% - $0.523793095
Unfranked- 10.77% - $0.070861093
Dividends unfranked CFI - $0.020922774
Interest subject to NRWT - $0.019672671
Other income - $0.022699236...
Hi basic questions here.
Just wondering when do companies announce how much dividends they will pay, is it on the ex-dividend date or on the dividend pay date or somewhere else like financial report for that period?
With banks offering around 2%, I have decided to invest savings of 300k in Vanguard ETFs for the short term, 6-8 months, possible longer. (which is when I will look into property if conditions improve)
There's too many ETF options so seeking guidance on low risk + dividend option to...
I was hoping someone might be able to help me. I’m very interested in the dividend growth investing strategy, investing in companies that consistently raise their dividends year over year. Problem is not many Aussie companies are into raising it year over year.
So I’ve turned...
I think I know the answer to this but I'll ask anyway.
If I get a dividend payment into my -investment platform- cash account, do they get added to my yearly income and therefore I need to pay tax on them?
Or is it a case that these dividends only qualify as income once they...
I am still pretty new to the share market and i have a question on
dividends. So i brought 40 shares in NAB last year but being very raw i didn't understand
what a dividend reinvestment plan was until after the ex dividend date so i ended up with the 40$ (which i will...
I'm sure as an Aussie Stock Forum we are all aware of the Labour party's proposal to alter the current way franking credits may result in a tax refund for individuals and SMSF's.
Geoff Wilson from WAM Capital is taking the fight to them with a petition - has been getting a bit of media...
Today 4th July Westpac was due to pay the interim dividends. Have any of you expert investors received the payment?
For some reason the dividend has not appeared in my bank account.
I wonder if something went wrong with my bank account or if other investors have the same problem
Hi fellow investors,
Newbie here and hope you guys can help me. Thinking of investing in some shares that pays dividends quarterly rather than every 6 months. Have been googling and looking through the asx sites but none of them gives a chart or table. Is it the only way to find that out...
Being a new trader I don't understand how dividends are paid. I have taken a screenshot of the FNZ ETF (NZ) fund's historical dividend payments as this is one I have invested in. Can someone please explain the numbers, what they mean and how to calculate possible dividend returns? Also what is...
I'm pretty much retired and have a SMSF. Dividends are important to us [as is SP growth if we can get it... ]
We have some of the traditional stocks [banks, WES, a couple of LICs etc].
However I am also interested in companies which hopefully are "solid" [not out-there speculative...
Are there any about that can offer guidance on nomadic banking solutions for international dividend investors?
I'll be living abroad next year, off dividends derived from international stocks, but remain an AU resident (at least for the first few years)
My plan thus far is to open...
Wouldn't dividend stripping be very profitable?
I know you would need to invest a decent portion of money to make it worth while but i'm failing to see how it could turn bad besides a bit of a price drop during the dividend period which is unlikely to happen isn't it?