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4 smoking hot fully franked dividend stocks for your portfolio - Motley Fool Australia

4 smoking hot fully franked dividend stocks for your portfolio
Motley Fool Australia
Here are four high-yielding stock opportunities to help you navigate your portfolio through this low interest rate environment and which all have full franking credits attached. While the earnings and dividends of insurers can be volatile, the outlook ...

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Dividend franking gains a reprieve - Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Dividend franking gains a reprieve
Sydney Morning Herald
Dividend re-investment schemes won't do that, even if the shares are bought on the market, rather than freshly minted as the banks do, though that's another story. So which is better: big franked dividends and a lower share price growth, or a lower ...



Rich investors get lion's share of $29 billion franking credits - Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Rich investors get lion's share of $29 billion franking credits
Sydney Morning Herald
Millions of Australians benefit from franking credits, which allow investors who receive dividends to claim a tax credit at the corporate rate of 30 per cent. Designed to avoid double taxation, the so-called franking credits net households $10 billion ...

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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?
Motley Fool Australia
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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Woolies still a quality offering - The Australian (blog)

Woolies still a quality offering
The Australian (blog)
The share price falls actually provide an opportunity for income investors: Woolworths is now trading well below valuation and offering a healthy 5 per cent dividend yield fully franked. Woolworths shares traded as high as $38.92 just a year ago. But ...



5 signs that Commonwealth Bank of Australia is overvalued - Motley Fool Australia

5 signs that Commonwealth Bank of Australia is overvalued
Motley Fool Australia
Shareholders of Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) have enjoyed an incredible run over the last three years, in which time they've not only generated market-smashing capital gains but also incredible, fully franked dividends. However, the stock ...

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6 top ASX stocks to buy in 2015 and 4 to avoid - Motley Fool Australia

6 top ASX stocks to buy in 2015 and 4 to avoid
Motley Fool Australia
Long-term investors are being given the opportunity to buy a great company at a discounted price, while they will also benefit from its forecast 4.8% fully franked dividend yield. Greencross Limited (ASX: GXL) enjoyed a stellar run between 2011 and ...

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M2 Group rivals TPG takeover bid for iiNet - CommBank MyWealth

CommBank MyWealth

M2 Group rivals TPG takeover bid for iiNet
CommBank MyWealth
M2 estimates those synergies to be worth $1.37 per share, taking the total value of its offer to $11.37 per iiNet share. M2 said these synergies would be worth around $538m all up, which, combined with the $10 per share offer, gives iiNet an implied ...
Here's why TPG Telecom Ltd shares were slammed todayMotley Fool Australia
M2 Group confirms proposal to buy iiNetRTT News

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High dividends sitting ducks as franking targeted - The Australian

The Australian

High dividends sitting ducks as franking targeted
The Australian
(Just to recap on how it works: to avoid double taxation, when investors get fully franked dividends they are entitled to a tax rebate — this improves the benefit of the dividend. A dividend worth 4.5 per cent of the stock price might be worth about 6 ...

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Fund managers say dropping dividend imputation not the answer - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Fund managers say dropping dividend imputation not the answer
The Australian Financial Review
Published analysis by Fidelity shows the appeal of fully-franked dividends over low-earning term deposits in the current environment. Using an average dividend yield of 5 per cent, the yield of Australian stocks is closer to 7 per cent once franking is ...
Dividend imputation clears an early tax review hurdleSydney Morning Herald

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UPCOMING DIVIDENDS

CodeEx DateAmt
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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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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