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ShareDividends.com.au is a FREE dividend information resource for Australian share investors and traders.

Our goal here at ShareDividends.com.au  is to provide accurate, timely and free dividend information for Australian stocks. Each day we scan the market for dividend announcements and news and compile the most extensive and accessible dividend database in Australia. Let us take the hard work out of compiling dividend information. Just bookmark this site and return over and over as required to obtain free dividend information. No registration necessary. Come and go as often as you like.

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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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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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