We are in the thick of winter here. Snow flurries are flying and temperatures are dropping. The perfect time to sit inside with a warm cup of coffee, blog, and learn about dividend investing Lanny just published an article explaining how dividends are taxed and the tax benefits of this passive income stream. Lower tax rates are just another reason why we love dividend investing. Another reason we love this investing strategy is because of the dividend increases. We monitor each dividend increase like a hawk; we celebrate the strong increases and shake our heads after a disappointing increase. That’s why each month, we publish an article exclusively focusing on the expected dividend increases in the coming month. Here are the expected dividend increases in February.
Now that the first month of 2020 is almost over, it’s time to really start thinking and working on taxes. I am sure many of us are gathering tax-related documents for 2019, as well as (should be) planning for 2020 taxes. Documents that will pour in are 1098-INT, 1099-INT and… 1099-DIV for dividends received. Today’s investing topic is about bringing awareness to Dividends and Taxes!
When talking about dividend increases, this is us talking about dividend investing, at it’s finest! 2019 is over. All dividend increases are in. This is not any old reflection, but specifically about dividend increases and their impact on my portfolio this year. Now that tax reform was 2018 news, how did dividend increases stack up this year?
We have a fantastic guest blogger – Jane Koval! Jane Koval is a freelance writer. Her interests range from the latest e-Commerce trends to traditional folk culture and adventurous traveling. She always stays open to new ideas and expertise to make her writings handy and captivating for the readers. In addition – she has been great to work with and her writing is detailed with great sources for her information. What better topic then about Dividend Investing? Here she talks about why you may want to try Dividend Investing in Canada! Continue reading
The final month of dividend income results for 2019! Did we knock it out of the park, or what?
What’s crazy is how many stock purchases the two of us have made over the years that stemmed from an article we read on one of your websites. We cherish this community. Which is why we aggregate as many dividend income summary articles from around the community. Here is the December 2019 version of the Dividend Income from YOU the Bloggers series. It is time to get motivated!
On your journey to financial freedom or financial independence, you have to stay hungry out there. November was fairly quiet and December was no different. Not surprisingly, the market continued to surge but one must stay consistent and find that one undervalued dividend stock. Time to check out my December activity!
Well, Lanny started our dividend income summary party off with quite a bang. Almost $5,500 Lanny! U n b e l i e v a b l e. That is how you motivate me and the rest of this awesome dividend investing community. Like Lanny, I am happy to say that my wife and I posted a personal record in December and I’m excited to share the results!