Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Dividend Income March 2014



In March 2014 my portfolio dividend income was as follows:


  • Global X SuperDividend ETF (SDIV) - $72.30
  • Pfizer Inc. (PFE) - $52.00
  • Intel Corporation (INTC) - $90.00
  • Chevron Corporation (CVX) - $60.00
  • TAL International Group Inc. (TAL) – $72.00
  • Golar LNG (GLNG) - $135.00



My Total dividends in March are € 347.59 ($ 481.30). After tax payments, net dividend income is € 256.75. In year 2013, my net dividend income in March was € 68.07. My portfolio's net dividend income increased by 277% compared to last year in March.



This month's dividend increased my cumulative net dividend income € 9,676.70.



My total net dividend income for this year are now € 671.26.

My goal is to receive €6.000 in net dividends for this year.

You can follow the development of my dividends here.
 

11 comments:

  1. That's great Hawk. You are coming off a low base, but years like these keep you motivated to grow more and more. Congratulations!
    -Bryan

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  2. What a great month and a fantastic progress, DH.

    Congrats on all the dividend income!

    regards

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  3. Wowsers! Nice YOY improvement and if things continue per the chart, April looks to be a simply massive month considering your portfolio's growth!

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    1. Hi W2R

      April is the best month for me in dividend income, because all of my portfolio Finnish companies pay annual dividends in April. The growth percentage is not going to be as awesome! :) For the past two years, I have acquired a mainly foreign ownership and reduced a little Finnish. (more diversification)

      DH

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  4. Well done DividendHawk, seems like you make great progress! Keep it up :)

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  5. Wow, the last chart is just awesome! May I ask you one question: how are dividends taxed in Finland (home vs. foreign stock-dividends)? Do you have something like 401k in the US?

    Cheers,
    DividElephant

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    1. Hallo DividElephant

      I pay taxes on the dividends of 25.5%. The Finnish companies' dividends broker will charge this amount (25.5%) immediately. Dividends from foreign companies the broker charges a tax according the international tax agreement, for example 15% in the U.S. This difference (10.5%) I have to pay later, when I do the whole year fiscal report. We don't have nothing like 401k.
      DH

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  6. Congrats on a great month DH! I really like the charts you included, gives you an awesome picture of how great the dividend growth strategy really works.

    Best wishes,
    SFZ

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  7. Hupsista keikkaa. Alkaa kone käydä..

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  8. Wow...277% year-over-year gain is pretty awesome! Keep up the amazing progress.

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    1. Hi
      A large percentage increase is mainly due to the low baseline and new purchases.

      Thanks for reading!
      DH

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