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G8 Education Ltd plummets: Is its 7% fully franked dividend too good to ignore? - Motley Fool Australia

G8 Education Ltd plummets: Is its 7% fully franked dividend too good to ignore?
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At midday today, shares of Australia's largest listed childcare centre owner and operator, G8 Education Ltd (ASX: GEM) were down 5% following an announcement earlier in the day. In a notice to the ASX, G8 Education said the settlement of 25 centres it ...

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Tax white paper may signal end for dividend imputation rort - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Tax white paper may signal end for dividend imputation rort
The Australian Financial Review
The remaining super funds in the accumulation phase, which pay tax of 15 per cent, would get estimated imputation credits of about $25 billion assuming 4 per cent fully franked dividends on average Australian equity portfolios equal to 50 per cent of ...
Dividend imputation clears an early tax review hurdleSydney Morning Herald
Backlash against plan to dump dividend imputation systemThe Australian

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Why cutting dividend imputation will hit share investors and damage the ... - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Why cutting dividend imputation will hit share investors and damage the ...
The Australian Financial Review
The whole idea of imputation when it was first announced in 1985, and earmarked to begin in July 1987, by the then Treasurer, Paul Keating, was to make companies pay tax because that generated franking credits for shareholders. It was designed to stop ...



3 Aussie blue chip stocks, 3 big dividends - Motley Fool Australia

3 Aussie blue chip stocks, 3 big dividends
Motley Fool Australia
Grossed-up for franking credits, that equates to a comparable yield of 7.3%. Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS) is a renowned dividend-paying stock and is being tipped by analysts to a pay a 30 cents per share fully franked dividend in 2015, equating ...

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QBE well-placed to lift dividend - The Daily Telegraph

QBE well-placed to lift dividend
The Daily Telegraph
Consensus forecasts point to an increase in 2015 full-year dividends of around 30 per cent compared to 2014, he told the meeting. The dividend will be fully-franked this year and next, he said. QBE will consider whether it should change its payout ...

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Iron ore collapse to send interest rates below 2% - Motley Fool Australia

Iron ore collapse to send interest rates below 2%
Motley Fool Australia
Invest in the share market. Diversify away from the big four banks, supermarkets and Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS). Set yourself up for a potential tax refund by investing in companies paying fully franked dividends. Don't sweat the day to day ...

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Is Insurance Australia Group Ltd's 6.2% fully franked dividend too good to be ... - Motley Fool Australia

The Australian Financial Review

Is Insurance Australia Group Ltd's 6.2% fully franked dividend too good to be ...
Motley Fool Australia
Clearly, analysts don't think so, with consensus forecasts predicting earnings of 45 cents per share this financial year, and dividends of 36 cents, down 3 cents from the previous financial year. Even direr are the predictions for dividends in 2016 and ...
Payouts better than buybacksThe Australian Financial Review

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5 ASX stocks with dividends bigger than Telstra Corporation Ltd - Motley Fool Australia

5 ASX stocks with dividends bigger than Telstra Corporation Ltd
Motley Fool Australia
JB Hi-Fi Limited (ASX: JBH) shares may be trading at 14x last year's profits – despite a backdrop of low consumer confidence – but they are still sporting a forecast dividend yield of 4.9% fully franked. Bank of Queensland Limited (ASX: BOQ) is a ...

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Who else wants 10 S&P/ASX200 stocks with 5% dividend yields? - Motley Fool Australia

Who else wants 10 S&P/ASX200 stocks with 5% dividend yields?
Motley Fool Australia
As can be seen from the above table, not all dividends are created equal. If a company intends to pay fully franked dividends investors will receive a tax benefit. If a dividend is fully franked, simply divide the payout by 0.7 to get its 'grossed-up ...

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Tax tactics can make your money grow - Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Tax tactics can make your money grow
Sydney Morning Herald
Franking credits When you own shares in a company that issues 'franked' dividends, the Tax Office acknowledges that the company has already paid corporate tax, and attached to the dividend is a franking credit for you. Most investors reduce their tax ...

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UPCOMING DIVIDENDS

CodeEx DateAmt
BWF7/4/15$ 0.013
HVN8/4/15$ 0.09
AUB9/4/15$ 0.12
FFI10/4/15$ 0.08
HIL14/4/15$ 0.021
SDI14/4/15$ 0.004
HHV15/4/15$ 0.04
WAM20/4/15$ 0.07
RIC21/4/15$ 0.015
AMM22/4/15$ 0.05
CUP27/4/15$ 0.02
SST28/4/15$ 0.2399
MFF29/4/15$ 0.01
HGG6/5/15$ 0.1256
SDG6/5/15$ 0.06
TWD11/5/15$ 0.1
UOS13/5/15$ 0.02
WAX18/5/15$ 0.04
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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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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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