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4 top fully-franked dividend stocks for your SMSF - Motley Fool Australia

4 top fully-franked dividend stocks for your SMSF
Motley Fool Australia
The insurer has a good track record of paying consistent fully franked dividends, currently around 4.8% at a share price of $6.04. With a stable chock full of well-known brands, including NRMA Insurance, SGIO, SGIC, CGU and Swann Insurance, IAG has ...



3 shares with bigger dividends than Westpac Banking Corp for your retirement portfolio - Motley Fool Australia

3 shares with bigger dividends than Westpac Banking Corp for your retirement portfolio
Motley Fool Australia
Right now Westpac Banking Corp (ASX: WBC) shares are expected by analysts to provide a fully franked 6.2% dividend in FY 2017 according to CommSec. This is a great dividend and if you don't have exposure to the banks already I believe it would be a ...

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Countplus earnings propped up by investment in Class, not its accounting work - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Countplus earnings propped up by investment in Class, not its accounting work
The Australian Financial Review
Earnings per share were up by more than one third to 12¢ a share and the quarterly dividend was unchanged at 2¢ a share fully franked. Investors got a full-year payout of 8¢ a share fully franked. Mr Aris blamed "subdued trading conditions in the ...



Here's why Melbourne IT Limited shares are going nuts today - Motley Fool Australia

Here's why Melbourne IT Limited shares are going nuts today
Motley Fool Australia
Should it at least maintain its 4 cents per share final dividend, investors could be looking at a full year fully franked 3.2% dividend. Melbourne IT reiterated its full year guidance and expects to report statutory EBITDA for FY 2016 in the range of ...



Here's why iSelect Ltd shares are going gangbusters today - Motley Fool Australia

Here's why iSelect Ltd shares are going gangbusters today
Motley Fool Australia
Lastly, if you're looking for even more investment ideas I would highly recommend taking a look at these three new breed blue chip shares. Each pays a solid, growing, fully franked dividend and could climb higher in the months ahead in my opinion.



Should you buy Coca Cola Amatil Ltd for its big dividend? - Motley Fool Australia

Should you buy Coca Cola Amatil Ltd for its big dividend?
Motley Fool Australia
Earnings per share swelled 7.8% to 26 cents for the half, placing its shares on a forecast price-earnings of 18.5x. Whilst not necessarily cheap in my view, Coca Cola Amatil's strong cash generation, solid dividend yield of 4.3% (fully-franked) and ...

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Pharmacies become the new growth arm for Ramsay Health Care - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Pharmacies become the new growth arm for Ramsay Health Care
The Australian Financial Review
In the year to June 2016, Ramsay's revenue rose 18 per cent to $8.7 billion, net profit jumped 16.8 per cent to $481 million, and the final fully franked dividend was hiked 19 per cent to 72¢ a share. The full-year dividend was up 17.8 per cent to $1 ...
Ramsay rolls out community pharmaciesNEWS.com.au
Ramsay Health Care's profit rises 16.8%Finance News Network

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2 ASX shares I'd buy with $2000 right now - Motley Fool Australia

2 ASX shares I'd buy with $2000 right now
Motley Fool Australia
The company has a very strong balance sheet, with minimum levels of debt, and the 4% fully franked dividend has obvious appeal. Flight Centre isn't a rapid growth business like A2, above, but nor is it priced like one. Yet the company is expanding ...



Qantas profit soars to record high as it ends dividend drought - The Australian

The Australian

Qantas profit soars to record high as it ends dividend drought
The Australian
The airline will reward shareholders with a full-franked dividend of 7 cents a share — equalling $134 million — on October 12 and launch another share buyback totalling $366m. Qantas (QAN) had not paid a regular dividend since 2009 as it lacked the ...
Qantas reports $1.53 billion full-year profit, declares dividend after best result in 95 yearsInternational Business Times AU
Qantas breaks dividend droughtThe Australian Financial Review
Qantas ends seven year dividend droughtNEWS.com.au
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Health turnaround helps iSelect profit - NEWS.com.au

Health turnaround helps iSelect profit
NEWS.com.au
The company began making dividend payments this year and has already bought back 23.01 million shares, with shareholder approval to purchase a further 25.5 million. iSelect shares were up 12.5 cents or 9.4 per cent to $1.45 at 1534 AEST - a recovery ...

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UPCOMING DIVIDENDS

CodeEx DateAmt
AMP31/8/16$ 0.14
CIN31/8/16$ 0.75
FSF31/8/16$ 0.080401
IDX31/8/16$ 0.04
MIN31/8/16$ 0.21
MOC31/8/16$ 0.085
MRN31/8/16$ 0.02
NVT31/8/16$ 0.099
PTM31/8/16$ 0.16
SGR31/8/16$ 0.075
TTS31/8/16$ 0.08
TWE31/8/16$ 0.12
APX1/9/16$ 0.02
AUI1/9/16$ 0.185
AWQ1/9/16$ 0.04
BAF1/9/16$ 0.05
BHP1/9/16$ 0.1819
BLA1/9/16$ 0.16
BLX1/9/16$ 0.024
CCL1/9/16$ 0.21
CGF1/9/16$ 0.165
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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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