Dividends

A portion of a company's net income

DIVIDENDS

Money returned to policyholders from an insurance company's earnings. Considered a partial premium refund rather than a taxable distribution, reflecting the difference between the premium charged and actual losses. Many life insurance policies and some property/casualty policies pay dividends to their owners. Life insurance policies that pay divide...
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dividends

Usually dividends paid to shareholders, although in some cases, especially in the US, policyholder dividends refer to policyholder bonuses/benefits.
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Dividends

Regular payments from earnings by companies to their shareholders. The level of dividend payment is decided upon periodically by company management.
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Dividends

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Dividends

The return paid to shareholders on their investment. (Usually in the form of a bonus payment every six months).
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dividends

Amount a company distributes as a return to shareholders. Usually declared as a dividend per share (DPS). Failure to pay is know as passing, a heinous crime in the UK but more common elsewhere. UK dividends are usually paid twice a year; US dividends are paid quarterly.
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Dividends

- Distribution of earnings to owners of a CORPORATION in cash, other ASSETS of the corporation, or the corporation's CAPITAL STOCK.
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Dividends

Dividends are payments made by a company to its shareholders, normally after the company has made a profit.
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Dividends

A taxable payment declared by a company's board of directors and given to its shareholders out of the company's current or retained earnings, usually quarterly.
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Dividends

Income from property paid to shareholders that have made capital available to a company. For a company, the issuing of shares represents a way to obtain capital other than through borrowing. Unlike borrowed capital, share capital is not at the origin of a fixed debt in monetary terms, and does not enable holders of shares to receive a fixed or pre-...
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Dividends

These are payments to the shareholders of a limited company.
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