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Property Dividends




A property dividend is a dividend paid in a form other than cash or the company's own stock.


Additional Comments:

A property dividend is generally taxable at its fair market value. For example, when a corporation spins off a subsidiary, shareholders might receive assets or shares of that subsidiary. Distributing the stocks or assets of the subsidiary (rather than cash) allows shareholders to benefit directly from the market value of the dividends received.

Related Terms:

Dividend
When companies pay part of their profits to shareholders, those payments are called dividends. A portion ...

Cash Dividends
A cash dividend is a dividend paid in cash. To be able to pay cash dividends, ...

Annualized Dividend
This field is a calculated value and uses the last dividend paid multiplied by the frequency. ...





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