dividend warrant

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an order of payment (such as a check payable to a shareholder) in which a dividend is paid

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But each of those options must come at the expense of the dividend checks.
Alaskans pay no state sales tax or state income tax, and receive annual dividend checks from an oil wealth savings account called the Permanent Fund, which is politically off limits for general state spending.
Common types of unclaimed property include unredeemed gift certificates, vendor credits, and outstanding checks, such as payroll and dividend checks.
Flynn said each dividend check represents 10 percent of the premium paid by the policyholders in 2007 for all coverages except personal injury protection.
He also suggests that when corporations pay to pollute, the money is sent to each American as an annual dividend check One person equals one share in the commons.
While companies can fake sales and profits, a dividend check typically indicates the company's stated profits are real.
He received two unexpected refunds for $114 and $500; his wife got a $400 dividend check.
1) A company can use accounting tricks to fake its earnings, but, so the argument goes, it cannot fake its dividend check.
An uncashed payroll or dividend check is a common type of unclaimed property.
It's time to let investors and shareholders in on the everyday dealings of the business, as opposed to simply looking for a dividend check at the end of the year.
This means that investors will not receive a quarterly dividend check for the first time since 1937.
A man who earns $50,000 a year pays income tax, gets married, pays the marriage penalty, invests in a company, draws a dividend check for his risk and pays a dividend tax, pays capital gains when he cashes out to pay his kids' college tuition, and then leaves what's left to his family when he dies and pays 40 percent in estate tax.
Typically, the dormancy period for shares of stock that pay a dividend begins at the date of issuance of the first dividend check.
This was stated by Shri Ram Vilas Paswan, Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution while receiving the dividend check for 2014-15 from CWC.
Revenue from the carbon fee would be used to give Americans an evenly distributed dividend check to offset rising energy costs associated with the fee.