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Fully franked dividend stocks still win, hands down - Motley Fool Australia

Fully franked dividend stocks still win, hands down
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Big four banks, for so long the go-to stocks for dividend hungry SMSFs, are as popular as Sepp Blatter. Not even will fully franked dividend yields of almost five per cent tempt investors to move money out of term deposits and in to the share market.

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Cedar Woods Properties Limited: A juicy fully franked dividend play - Motley Fool Australia

Cedar Woods Properties Limited: A juicy fully franked dividend play
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3 rock-solid blue-chip stocks for your retirement portfolio - Motley Fool Australia

3 rock-solid blue-chip stocks for your retirement portfolio
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Scott Phillips, lead advisor of Motley Fool Share Advisor, has just named his #1 dividend stock of 2015-2016. It's cheap, growing fast, currently sitting on a big pile of cash and sporting a huge fully franked dividend yield! Better yet, for a limited ...

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DIY super investors could triple returns in bank shares over deposits - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

DIY super investors could triple returns in bank shares over deposits
The Australian Financial Review
Franking credits and dividends on $100,000 over six years to April 2014 provided income of more than $77,000 on a portfolio of shares split equally between ANZ, Commonwealth Bank, Westpac and National Australia Bank. These investors would also bank ...



iiNet Limited and TPG Telecom Ltd set to merge: What you need to know - Motley Fool Australia

iiNet Limited and TPG Telecom Ltd set to merge: What you need to know
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That includes an $8.80 cash or scrip component as well as a special fully franked dividend up to 75 cents per share, whereby shareholders who elect to take the $8.80 component in TPG shares will receive 0.969 TPG shares for every iiNet share they hold.



5 dividend stocks for your retirement watchlist - Motley Fool Australia

5 dividend stocks for your retirement watchlist
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Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS) is one of the ASX's best dividend stocks and Australia's leading telecommunications company. As well as investing in Asia and new technologies locally the $75 billion company is expected to pay a fully franked ...

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End of financial year 2015: Sharemarket forecasts show caution - Brisbane Times

End of financial year 2015: Sharemarket forecasts show caution
Brisbane Times
"Our focus is on companies that are paying good dividends. Clients will get their returns largely from those companies that pay good, fully-franked dividends. "Clients are also looking at selected overseas stocks that will maybe benefit from broader ...



Is now the time to buy gold stocks? - Motley Fool Australia

Is now the time to buy gold stocks?
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Gold is usually seen as a hedge against inflation, or 'purchasing power risk'. In theory the precious metal holds its value quite well over time, which allows investors to maintain the value of their wealth when rampant inflation or money printing ...

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Is it time to buy Australia's big bank stocks? - Motley Fool Australia

Is it time to buy Australia's big bank stocks?
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Scott Phillips, lead advisor of Motley Fool Share Advisor, has just named his #1 dividend stock of 2015-2016. It's cheap, growing fast, currently sitting on a big pile of cash and sporting a huge fully franked dividend yield! Better yet, for a limited ...

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Is it time to buy Rio Tinto Limited, Westpac Banking Corp and Woolworths ... - Motley Fool Australia

Is it time to buy Rio Tinto Limited, Westpac Banking Corp and Woolworths ...
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Scott Phillips, lead advisor of Motley Fool Share Advisor, has just named his #1 dividend stock of 2015-2016 and I think it's a much better investment today. It's cheap, growing fast, currently sitting on a big pile of cash and sporting a huge fully ...

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UPCOMING DIVIDENDS

CodeEx DateAmt
CAM1/7/15$ 0.012
GNC1/7/15$ 0.075
NHH1/7/15$ 0.08
PRG1/7/15$ 0.115
VAF1/7/15$ 0.4218
VAP1/7/15$ 0.6389
VAS1/7/15$ 0.4707
VGB1/7/15$ 0.3157
VGE1/7/15$ 0.4445
VHY1/7/15$ 2.743
VLC1/7/15$ 0.4316
VSO1/7/15$ 0.4549
CKF7/7/15$ 0.065
CUP27/7/15$ 0.02
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Dividend Reinvestment Plans

A dividend reinvestment plan offers shareholders the opportunity to repurchase new fully paid ordinary shares in a company, rather than take their dividend payment as cash.

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Confused About Dividend Dates

Have you've ever been confused by the assortment of dividend dates, you wouldn't be an orphan. This review will navigate you through the dividend terminology. The key dates are called the ex-dividend date; the record date or books closing date; and payable date or payment date.

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