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All aboard the fully franked dividend gravy train - Motley Fool Australia

All aboard the fully franked dividend gravy train
Motley Fool Australia
Today, the owner of the Athlete's Foot chain reported results at the top end of expectations, also announcing a 12.5% increase in its fully franked full year dividend. Not surprisingly, the shares have jumped another 4.6% higher, now trading at 68 cents.

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Franking credits should be axed - Intelligent Investor

Intelligent Investor

Franking credits should be axed
Intelligent Investor
By Gaurav Sodhi Tuesday, September 23, 2014 0 Shares distortion, dividends, franking credit ... Franking credits, attached to dividends when companies have paid tax in Australia, are designed to correct this problem and, as a system, it works. Dividend ...



Your instant 5 share dividend portfolio - Motley Fool Australia

Your instant 5 share dividend portfolio
Motley Fool Australia
Despite boasting a market cap of just $210 million the company has grown earnings per share strongly over the past three years. It currently trades on a forecast fully franked dividend yield of 5.3%. RCG Corporation Ltd (ASX: RCG) is the owner of The ...



Here's why iron ore stocks are not good dividend stocks - Motley Fool Australia

Here's why iron ore stocks are not good dividend stocks
Motley Fool Australia
On Friday last week I read on this website that investors should buy Fortescue Metals Group Limited (ASX: FMG) “because shares in the company currently offer a fat, fully franked yield of 5.3%, with dividends per share being extremely well covered at ...

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Value's hiding, time to go seek - Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Value's hiding, time to go seek
Sydney Morning Herald
The "simple" part of the process is actually the valuation; working out what a stock is worth. Some companies are ... Right now you'll find more value outside the top 20 stocks, particularly if the stocks don't pay large fully franked dividends. There ...

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3 smashing dividend stocks with ultra-high yields - Motley Fool Australia

3 smashing dividend stocks with ultra-high yields
Motley Fool Australia
In addition, it offers an incredibly generous 7.5% fully franked dividend yield, which equates to a grossed up 10.7% yield. The third stock I want to draw to your attention hasn't exactly been overlooked by the market, but rather sold off heavily. Coca ...



3 great value stocks to buy today - Motley Fool Australia

3 great value stocks to buy today
Motley Fool Australia
Top Motley Fool investment advisor Scott Phillips has just named his #1 dividend-paying stock for 2014-2015. With solid growth prospects and a fat, fully franked dividend, this ASX stock could be a huge winner for your portfolio. Discover the name and ...



Is today a good day to buy Commonwealth Bank of Australia shares? - Motley Fool Australia

Is today a good day to buy Commonwealth Bank of Australia shares?
Motley Fool Australia
However, there is another ultra-promising ASX stock which offers a fat, fully franked dividend AND fantastic growth prospects, and I believe it is a STANDOUT buy today. To discover the name and code of this stock, simply click the link below, enter ...



Ensure you understand the rules for franking dividends - Dubbo Photo News | Dubbo Weekender

Ensure you understand the rules for franking dividends
Dubbo Photo News | Dubbo Weekender
However, your organisation generally cannot frank a distribution if it would be a reduction or return of share capital. Instead, the distribution will be taxed as a CGT event or as an assessable unfranked dividend, depending on the circumstances.



3 outstanding yield plays to buy today: Woolworths Limited, QBE Insurance ... - Motley Fool Australia

3 outstanding yield plays to buy today: Woolworths Limited, QBE Insurance ...
Motley Fool Australia
With a fully franked yield of 4%, Woolworths Limited (ASX: WOW) is an impressive income play. That's because Woolworths is forecast to increase dividends per share by 5.4% per annum over the next two years. This could put shares on a yield of 4.4% in ...



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UPCOMING DIVIDENDS

CodeEx DateAmt
CFE25/9/14$ 0.02
MYR25/9/14$ 0.055
SXL25/9/14$ 0.03
ABW26/9/14$ 0.0154
AIB26/9/14$ 0.022
AOD26/9/14$ 0.005
ARF26/9/14$ 0.0244
AUP26/9/14$ 0.1078
AYF26/9/14$ 0.1
CAB26/9/14$ 0.1
CMW26/9/14$ 0.0194
EPX26/9/14$ 0.032
GBT26/9/14$ 0.045
MGX26/9/14$ 0.04
PFG26/9/14$ 0.004
CRZ29/9/14$ 0.174
FAN29/9/14$ 0.03
IPC29/9/14$ 0.05
LCE29/9/14$ 0.01
LYL29/9/14$ 0.015
MMS29/9/14$ 0.31
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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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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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