Dividends

  1. Nucor's Dividend, Value Strong as Steel (NUE)

    You'll have to go all the way back to 1991 to find the last time Nucor didn't pay ...
  2. PSX: Phillips 66 Dividend Analysis

    The spinoff of the oil refining business from ConocoPhillips has benefited Phillips ...
  3. GM: General Motors Dividend Analysis

    General Motors offered attractive dividend yields during the first half of 2016 and ...
  4. Target Commits to Another Share Repurchase (TGT)

    Target will repurchase $5 billion worth of shares in the coming years.
  5. Sibanye Gold Trades Ex-Dividend Wednesday (SBGL)

    Sibanye Gold will send its dividend payment on October 6 to shareholders of record ...
  6. Microsoft Announces $40 Billion Buyback Program ...

    According to a statement released by Microsoft on Tuesday, the new buyback program ...
  1. Nucor's Dividend, Value Strong as Steel (NUE)

    You'll have to go all the way back to 1991 to find the last time Nucor didn't pay ...
  2. PSX: Phillips 66 Dividend Analysis

    The spinoff of the oil refining business from ConocoPhillips has benefited Phillips ...
  3. GM: General Motors Dividend Analysis

    General Motors offered attractive dividend yields during the first half of 2016 and ...
  4. Target Commits to Another Share Repurchase (TGT)

    Target will repurchase $5 billion worth of shares in the coming years.
  5. Sibanye Gold Trades Ex-Dividend Wednesday (SBGL)

    Sibanye Gold will send its dividend payment on October 6 to shareholders of record ...
  6. Microsoft Announces $40 Billion Buyback Program ...

    According to a statement released by Microsoft on Tuesday, the new buyback program ...
  1. Analyzing The Best Retirement Plans And Investment ...

    Understanding the various retirement investments - from annuities to 401(k)s and ...
  2. Introduction To Dividends

    Investing in dividend-paying stocks can be an effective method of building long-term ...
  1. Are dividends the best way to make money for retirement?

    Using dividends for retirement income can provide a hedge against a variety of risks, but investors need to be aware of the ...
  2. Are qualified dividends included in ordinary dividends?

    Qualified dividends are included with ordinary dividends in Box 1a of the Internal Revenue Service Form 1099-DIV; the box ...
  3. Are qualified dividends included in gross income?

    Qualified dividends receive different tax treatment than ordinary income. This is important since planning can be done to ...
  4. Why do some companies pay a dividend, while other companies do not?

    There are several reasons why a corporation might pass some of its earnings on as dividends or reinvest all of its earnings ...
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