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  1. Introduction To Dividends: Introduction
  2. Introduction To Dividends: Terms To Know And Other Basics
  3. Introduction To Dividends: Dividend Dates
  4. Introduction To Dividends: Investing In Dividend Stocks
  5. Introduction To Dividends: Doing Your Homework And Taxes
  6. Introduction To Dividends: Conclusion

Many investors seek dividend-paying stocks as a means of growing wealth and generating income, particularly during the retirement years. As with any investment, it’s important to do your own homework and find investments that are suitable to your investing style, time horizon, risk tolerance and financial objectives. A variety of resources and tools are available in print and online to help you make well-informed investment decisions.

When in doubt – or even if you’d just like confirmation – it’s recommended that you consult with a qualified financial planner and tax specialist to determine the best course of action for your overall investment strategy.


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