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Woolworths' 5% fully franked dividend yield is tough to beat - Motley Fool Australia

Woolworths' 5% fully franked dividend yield is tough to beat
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The problem Woolworths faces there are that cutting back margins will likely mean a fall in net profit, return on equity, earnings per share and potentially dividends which would see the current share price fall dramatically. Can management drive ...

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Who else wants 7 S&P/ASX 200 stocks with 5% dividend yields? - Motley Fool Australia

Who else wants 7 S&P/ASX 200 stocks with 5% dividend yields?
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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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3 of the best dividend stocks in the ASX: AMP Limited, Telstra Corporation Ltd ... - Motley Fool Australia

3 of the best dividend stocks in the ASX: AMP Limited, Telstra Corporation Ltd ...
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In fact, AMP's dividends are forecast to rise to $0.32 per share, which is an increase of 137% and puts the wealth management company on a forward (and partially franked) dividend yield of 4.9%. Furthermore, AMP's dividend appears to be sustainable ...

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Commonwealth Bank of Australia & its 5% dividend yield: Should you buy? - Motley Fool Australia

Sydney Morning Herald

Commonwealth Bank of Australia & its 5% dividend yield: Should you buy?
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The bad news is, Commonwealth Bank's fully franked dividend isn't as appealing as what it used to be. Although the bank has increased its dividends per share over the years, its rising share price has had a negative effect on its yield. Check it out on ...
Australian banks' $57b plunge makes CBA, NAB, ANZ, WBC look more like ...Gazette Herald

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2 top retail stocks for your watch list - Motley Fool Australia

2 top retail stocks for your watch list
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Since 2009, Nick Scali has nearly tripled its profit through this strategy whilst increasing fully franked dividends from 6 cents to 13 cents per share. Despite paying out so much to shareholders, its cash balance has more than doubled over the same ...



Tax breaks tipped to boost Thorn's Radio Rentals earnings - The Australian

Sydney Morning Herald

Tax breaks tipped to boost Thorn's Radio Rentals earnings
The Australian
Thorn lifted its fully franked final dividend to 6.75c, from 6.50c a year ago. Increase Text Size · Decrease Text Size · Print · Email · Share · Add to Digg · Add to del.icio.us · Add to Facebook · Add to Kwoff · Add to Myspace · Add to Newsvine · What ...
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Thorn Group eyes Tony's tradies boostPerth Now

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A million in super doesn't make you rich - The Australian

A million in super doesn't make you rich
The Australian
But the risk of such investments has increased due to the pressures being placed to eliminate or reduce dividend imputation/franking credits. If that happens, share prices will fall 15 to 20 per cent. A couple with $1m in super to live on gain only $30 ...
General Gotti launches total war on youthMacroBusiness (blog)

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ANZ's bid to curb foreign tax exposure - The Australian

The Australian

ANZ's bid to curb foreign tax exposure
The Australian
The Australian can reveal ANZ is finalising a detailed new paper that will look at tax and investment in offshore businesses as the bank warns the current dividend imputation system hampers its ability to exploit the growth in Asia. It is expected to ...

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Dividend imputation makes Aussie shares safer, say fundies - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Dividend imputation makes Aussie shares safer, say fundies
The Australian Financial Review
Australia's leading fund managers have added their support to the defence of the franking credit system, arguing that it plays an oversized role in keeping companies honest, by compelling them to make sensible spending decisions instead of destroying ...

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Origin Energy's Contact Energy to pay $NZ367m special dividend - Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Origin Energy's Contact Energy to pay $NZ367m special dividend
Sydney Morning Herald
... confirmed Contact's BBB rating, two notches above sub-investment grade, and a notch above its parent company. The special dividend will be paid on June 23 to eligible shareholders, to be fully franked, amounting to a franking credit of 18.4444c per ...

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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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