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Your instant 4 share fully franked dividend portfolio - Motley Fool Australia

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Your instant 4 share fully franked dividend portfolio
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While identifying appealing income stocks in terms of the dividend yield is not that difficult, superimposing a need to protect your downside from the risk of capital losses is definitely not easy. Capital preservation is critical because receiving a ...
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3 growth stocks with big fully franked dividends - Motley Fool Australia

3 growth stocks with big fully franked dividends
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A nice stream of dividends, plus the potential for strong capital gains in the years ahead. The only problem is that they are difficult to find. That may mean looking for beaten down stocks that can recover – but are still paying decent dividends in ...



Dividend access shares – recent decision highlights potential problems in attaching franking credits to dividends - Mondaq News Alerts (registration)

Dividend access shares – recent decision highlights potential problems in attaching franking credits to dividends
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
The full Federal Court recently considered whether a dividend access share was a debt or equity interest. The majority concluded that the particular share was a debt interest – as a result, there was no entitlement to franking credits.



What's up with the Medibank share price? - Motley Fool Australia

What's up with the Medibank share price?
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Interested readers can read The Fool's latest special report, on this "dirt cheap" growth business with a fully franked dividend of over 6% simply by clicking here and entering your email address. It's completely free - no credit card details or ...

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3 shares with better dividends than Commonwealth Bank of Australia - Motley Fool Australia

3 shares with better dividends than Commonwealth Bank of Australia
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With the share price ending Wednesday's trading session at $77.94 and with one analyst consensus estimate forecasting the bank to pay fully franked dividends totalling 427 cents per share (cps) in financial year (FY) 2017, that juicy yield currently ...

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3 small cap shares with juicy dividend yields - Motley Fool Australia

3 small cap shares with juicy dividend yields
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Those investors game enough to own the stock will be attracted to the historic dividend yield of 7.9% fully franked. Importantly, Mortgage Choice actually increased its last interim dividend and half year profit grew 12% on the prior corresponding ...

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ATO cracks down on SMSF tax scams - The New Daily

The New Daily

ATO cracks down on SMSF tax scams
The New Daily
Those fully franked dividends are assumed to have tax already paid on them at 30c in the dollar. So the owners can choose to move the shares in the company into their SMSF. After a 45 day waiting period the company can pay out its undistributed profits ...

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3 high-yield dividend shares for your retirement portfolio - Motley Fool Australia

3 high-yield dividend shares for your retirement portfolio
Motley Fool Australia
The Australian consumer staples giant has grown its dividend by an average of 3.3% per annum for the last 10 years. If Coca-Cola Amatil grows its dividend at the same rate in FY 2016, its shares would provide a 75% franked 5.5% dividend. Although many ...

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4 fast-growing dividend stocks for your retirement portfolio - Motley Fool Australia

4 fast-growing dividend stocks for your retirement portfolio
Motley Fool Australia
Let's take my favourite dividend share Retail Food Group Limited (ASX: RFG) as an example. If you invested in its shares nine years ago when the share price was $1.60, you would have received a fully franked 6.2 cents per share dividend that year.

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Up 60% in two days: Is Bradken Limited still a buy? - Motley Fool Australia

Up 60% in two days: Is Bradken Limited still a buy?
Motley Fool Australia
Finally, instead of investing in Bradken today I would highly recommend taking a close look at these three fantastic blue chip shares. Each could produce share price gains in the months ahead in my opinion. They also pay a growing fully franked ...

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UPCOMING DIVIDENDS

CodeEx DateAmt
EZL2/8/16$ 0.0225
BKI5/8/16$ 0.0365
DJW5/8/16$ 0.14
AMH8/8/16$ 0.035
OZG8/8/16$ 0.0025
WIC8/8/16$ 0.03
AFI9/8/16$ 0.14
FRI11/8/16$ 0.04
MLT11/8/16$ 0.099
8IH15/8/16$ 0.005
CIM12/9/16$ 0.48
GC112/9/16$ 0.03
HHV22/9/16$ 0.035
FGX10/10/16$ 0.02
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Franked dividends and your investment strategy

Is franking a free lunch ...Franked Dividends - Free lunch?

Many D-I-Y investors skew their investment portfolios towards shares that pay franked dividends. This is particularly prevalent amongst trustees of self managed superannuation funds who appear to over value the benefit of franking credits.

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