A sum of money paid regularly (typically quarterly) by a company to its shareholders out of its profits (or reserves)
A payment divided among a number of people, e.g., members of a cooperative or creditors of an insolvent estate
An individual's share of a dividend
A benefit from an action or policy
persistence pays dividends
A number to be divided by another number
that part of the earnings of a corporation that is distributed to its shareholders; usually paid quarterly
a number to be divided by another number
a bonus; something extra (especially a share of a surplus)
Dividends are payments made by a corporation to its shareholder members. It is the portion of corporate profits paid out to stockholders. ...
A number or expression that is to be divided by another; A pro rata payment of money by a company to its shareholders, usually made periodically (eg, quarterly or annually)
(Dividends) The proportion of a company's profit that it pays to its shareholders, usually declared as a dividend per share (DPS). In the UK the dividend is normally paid in two parts: an interim dividend payment and a final dividend once the final results are known.
(Dividends) are surplus funds that an insurance company pays to clients who have participating life insurance policies. These are not guaranteed until declared. Illustrations are assumptions only. Non-participating polices don't share in dividends.
(Dividends) A taxable payment declared by a company's board of directors and given to its shareholders out of the company's current or retained earnings. Usually quarterly. Usually given as cash (cash dividend), but it can also take the form of stock (stock dividend) or other property. ...
(Dividends) In the captive industry, there are two kinds of dividends: 1. Policyholder dividends, which through the insurance premium process, are paid back to the insureds. Considered as before-tax expenses for the captive. 2. ...
(dividends) A distribution of the earnings of a company to it's shareholders. Dividends are "declared" by the company based on profitability and can change from time to time. There is a direct relationship between dividends paid and share value growth. ...
(Dividends) A portion of a company’s income paid to shareholders as a return on their investment
(Dividends) These are payments to the shareholders of a limited company.
(Dividends) Profits distributed by a corporation to its shareholders. Under 2008 tax law, most dividends are taxed at the same lower tax rates that apply to capital gains.
(Dividends) The other side of dividstarts
Dividends are payments of part of a company's earnings to people who hold stock in the company.
(3. Dividends) If you are purchasing and investing stocks, choose ones which reinvest your dividends. This may not guarantee that you will have a well performing stock in the market, but at least divdends will provide a predictable income stream.
(DIVIDENDS) Money returned to policyholders from an insurance company’s earnings. Considered a partial premium refund rather than a taxable distribution, reflecting the difference between the premium charged and actual losses. ...
(Dividends) A corporate board of directors has the authority to declare and pay dividends in the form of cash or stock. Cash dividends are ordinarily payable from current net income, although net income "kept" from previous years may also be used. ...
(Dividends) A payment made to stockholders , net of tax, typically twice per annum.
(Dividends) Balance Sheet-related account. A distribution to the owners of a business of either cash or securities.
(Dividends) Cash you may receive, once or sometimes twice a year, for being a shareholder of a company. Payment represents distribution of profit.
(Dividends) Dividend income (as referred u/s 115-O of the I.Tax Act) paid by Companies and Mutual Funds are exempt from tax. A 15% dividend distribution tax and surcharge of 3% is paid by companies before distribution. ...
(Dividends) Early rail ventures were extremely risky. In order to entice investment, developers offered to share potential profits with investors in proportion to the number of shares investors owned. Equally divided profits are called dividends.
(Dividends) Earnings from corporate stock or credit union share accounts.
(Dividends) Includes deemed foreign-source dividends as well as received foreign-source dividends. Certain types of income earned by controlled foreign corporations (CFCs) are recognized under Subpart F of the Internal Revenue Service Code as current-year income of the U.S. ...