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ATO franking credit crackdown targets fundies, brokers and investors - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

ATO franking credit crackdown targets fundies, brokers and investors
The Australian Financial Review
It occurs when a taxpayer sells shares in a company on the ordinary market after a franked dividend has been announced. Within days they buy back a similar parcel of shares in the same company which entitles them to the franked dividend on the new ...
Australian Investors Hate The ATO's Crackdown On Franking CreditsBusiness Insider Australia
ATO franking letters startle investors, fund managersNinemsn

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The dirty washing of franking credits - WA today

The dirty washing of franking credits
WA today
Dividend washing occurs when an investor sells shares trading ex-dividend (meaning the dividend and franking credit stay with the investor) and buys identical cum-dividend shares (which have the right to the dividend still attached). The investor only ...

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The West Australian

Motley Fool Australia
The Motley Fool
Like each of the big banks, it pays a handsome dividend – equivalent to 5.1% fully franked at current prices – and had a tremendous run-up in value during 2013, as investors flocked back to the stock market in an attempt to counteract the low interest ...
McAleese Ltd plunges 15.5% – Should you sell too?Ninemsn

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Govt moves to prevent investor dividend washing - CommBank MyWealth

CommBank MyWealth

Govt moves to prevent investor dividend washing
CommBank MyWealth
According to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), "dividend washing occurs when shareholders seek to claim two sets of franking credits on what is effectively the same parcel of shares". This is done by selling shares and retaining the right to a ...
Treasury consults on 'dividend washing'InvestorDaily

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Your instant 5-share Consumer Discretionary portfolio - The Motley Fool

Your instant 5-share Consumer Discretionary portfolio
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Top Motley Fool analysts just identified their #1 ASX pick for 2014, a small-cap stock that could be poised for big gains (and offers a fat, fully franked dividend!). Discover all the details now, including the name and code, in this FREE investment ...



These 5 dividend plays should be in your portfolio - The Motley Fool

These 5 dividend plays should be in your portfolio
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If not in your portfolio, they should be on your watchlist. The top ASX pick you've never heard of... Top Motley Fool analysts just identified their #1 ASX pick for 2014, a small-cap stock that could be poised for big gains (and offers a fat, fully ...



QBE's woes continue - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

QBE's woes continue
The Canberra Times
The shares are also supported by a fully franked 3.6 per cent dividend yield. Consequently, we believe the stock is worth buying at current levels for those investors with a medium to long-term investment horizon. Greg Smith is the Head of Research at ...



Japara Healthcare Ltd gives IPO investors a 27.5% stag profit – what investors ... - The Motley Fool

Japara Healthcare Ltd gives IPO investors a 27.5% stag profit – what investors ...
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3 media stocks paying huge fully franked dividends - The Motley Fool

3 media stocks paying huge fully franked dividends
The Motley Fool
The company is currently trading on a P/E ratio of just 9.6, and paying a whopping fully franked dividend yield of 10%. Over the past five years, the company has delivered an average annual return to shareholders of 51% – which is nothing to sneeze at.



Why you should buy Santos Limited instead of Woodside Petroleum Limited - The Motley Fool

Why you should buy Santos Limited instead of Woodside Petroleum Limited
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Top Motley Fool analysts just identified their #1 ASX pick for 2014, a small-cap stock that could be poised for big gains (and offers a fat, fully franked dividend!). Discover all the details now, including the name and code, in this FREE investment ...

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UPCOMING DIVIDENDS

CodeEx DateAmt
CUP24/4/14$ 0.03
MFF29/4/14$ 0.01
PPK29/4/14$ 0.015
WAT7/5/14$ 0.03
TWD9/5/14$ 0.08
UOS14/5/14$ 0.02
EAL29/5/14$ 0.0275
AQZ3/6/14$ 0.036
KMD4/6/14$ 0.024
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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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