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I have done extensive research on numerous companies that pay dividends, but i know if everyone here at IHUB posts stocks or mutual funds that pays outrageous dividends, then we can all save tons of time and energy doing it ourselves.

I will post links to all that are worthy here in the IBOX.

thank you in advance to all that participate.

please post the highest % yielding dividend stocks that you can find.

Explanation of Dividend Dates
Ex-dividend: To receive a declared dividend the shares must be purchased before the ex-dividend date. If you buy on or after ex-dividend date you are not entitled to receive the current dividend.

Record date: The record date is the date by which an investor must be registered as a shareholder to be entitled to a dividend.

Payment date: The date of which the dividend is paid out.

You can sell the stock on the ex-dividend date of and still get the dividend but you would not make any money. Every time a dividend is paid, the closing price on the day before the ex-dividend is adjusted downward by the dividend amount.
(Stock Dividend section)

Sometimes a company pays a dividend in the form of stock rather than cash. The stock dividend may be additional shares in the company or in a subsidiary being spun off. The procedures for stock dividends may be different from cash dividends. The ex-dividend date is set the first business day after the stock dividend is paid (and is also after the record date).

If you sell your stock before the ex-dividend date, you also are selling away your right to the stock dividend. Your sale includes an obligation to deliver any shares acquired as a result of the dividend to the buyer of your shares, since the seller will receive an I.O.U. or "due bill" from his or her broker for the additional shares. Thus, it is important to remember that the day you can sell your shares without being obligated to deliver the additional shares is not the first business day after the record date, but usually is the first business day after the stock dividend is paid,

TAX info
Dividends are taxed either as ordinary income or as qualified dividends. A qualified dividend is a dividend on which the issuing company has already paid tax. The dividend is then taxed again on the shareholder's tax return, but at a lower qualified dividend tax rate. The tax rate on qualified dividends is 5% or 15% (depending on the individual's income tax rate). If the individual has a regular income tax rate of 25% or higher, then the qualified dividend tax rate is 15%. If the individual's income tax rate is less than 25%, then qualified dividends are taxed at the 5% rate.

Ordinary and qualified dividends are reported on Form 1099-DIV. All dividends paid will be reported as ordinary dividends on Form 1099-DIV box 1a. Some or all of these ordinary dividends may be qualified dividends. Qualified dividends are reported on Form 1099-DIV box 1b.

Dividends are reported on Form 1040 Schedule B and Form 1040 lines 9a and 9b

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#640  Sticky Note wzebra33 04/18/11 09:04:41 PM
#413  Sticky Note This is a great resource that is updated f Tim71 01/07/10 07:05:13 PM
#1208   Simplysafedividends----- swanlinbar 04/25/17 02:23:54 PM
#1207   Sotherly Hotels Inc. (SOHO) Announces Quarterly Dividends swanlinbar 04/25/17 02:21:29 PM
#1206   Delek Logistics Partners, LP Increases Quarterly Cash Distribution swanlinbar 04/25/17 02:19:39 PM
#1205   Yeah, I played the mortgage REIT market for fung_derf 03/04/14 11:52:35 AM
#1204   Well, there is ARR which is a mortgage Porgie Tirebiter 03/04/14 11:49:19 AM
#1203   Sorry, that was supposed to be MLP. Master fung_derf 03/04/14 11:30:41 AM
#1202   I would be a little leery about buying Porgie Tirebiter 03/04/14 11:19:00 AM
#1201   True enough. This board was great in the fung_derf 03/04/14 11:08:28 AM
#1200   Better to invest in stocks with a history Porgie Tirebiter 03/04/14 11:00:28 AM
#1199   What happened to you? I need a dividend fung_derf 03/04/14 09:55:20 AM
#1197   That's what I was thinking. :) BearGator56 01/24/14 03:00:22 PM
#1196   I wouldn't say that qualifies as an "insane" dividend. fung_derf 01/21/14 04:07:04 PM
#1195   CenterPoint Energy, Inc. declares $0.2375 dividend swanlinbar 01/21/14 01:41:41 PM
#1194   APMEX check there 10times7 12/30/13 02:48:24 AM
#1193   Then quit responding numbnuts. This is a dividend fung_derf 12/25/13 08:45:20 PM
#1192   Your perception of reality is about as important the cork 12/25/13 07:11:54 PM
#1191   Well ahl ah no is this retarded purson's fung_derf 12/25/13 06:46:15 PM
#1190   I never said the market didn't out perform the cork 12/25/13 06:13:29 PM
#1189   Someone once pointed out to me the advantage fung_derf 12/25/13 05:12:33 PM
#1188   I've read so many ridiculous arguments on Ihub fung_derf 12/25/13 05:10:37 PM
#1187   What's a reliable source for bullion coins nowadays? bar1080 12/25/13 02:38:35 PM
#1186   The bigger the cookie jar the better! the cork 12/25/13 01:46:45 PM
#1185   Sometimes nothing beats cash in the cookie jar bar1080 12/25/13 01:36:59 PM
#1184   It ain't a theory, it's a fact (see the cork 12/25/13 01:47:49 AM
#1183   Paper dollars were fabulous investments in '29. The bar1080 12/24/13 10:47:32 PM
#1182   Because they are not wrong. The rest of the cork 12/24/13 07:27:13 PM
#1181   Absolutely agree! Bucknasty614 12/24/13 03:56:25 PM
#1180   Have you looked at the smaller gold boards bar1080 12/24/13 03:48:52 PM
#1179   Sure. Nice pick on that gold and silver fung_derf 12/24/13 01:17:08 PM
#1178   So what. I post on lots of boards. the cork 12/24/13 12:35:39 PM
#1176   I'm sure.... fung_derf 12/24/13 12:16:20 PM
#1175   What I find most intriguing of all about fung_derf 12/24/13 12:10:35 PM
#1174   Wrong on that score too LM F AO. the cork 12/24/13 12:03:55 PM
#1173   People use the same argument as the gold Porgie Tirebiter 12/24/13 12:03:53 PM
#1172   That's why tracking their picks by what they fung_derf 12/24/13 12:03:41 PM
#1171   I'd be like the penny pick sites that bar1080 12/24/13 11:57:32 AM
#1170   Oh wait! You're an NBRI guy! That explains much. fung_derf 12/24/13 11:57:05 AM
#1169   LOL! Nothing like being proven dead wrong, then fung_derf 12/24/13 11:54:56 AM
#1168   Like I said, use your best judgement and the cork 12/24/13 11:48:26 AM
#1167   ignorant?? Seriously?? You believe owning stuff that drops fung_derf 12/24/13 11:44:20 AM
#1166   Nothing new. I've heard that and similar ignorant the cork 12/24/13 11:42:03 AM
#1165   Well no. The market is at all time fung_derf 12/24/13 11:32:10 AM
#1164   Let it unfold, or, as Radar used to the cork 12/24/13 11:27:34 AM
#1163   I'm not interested in the most popular stock, fung_derf 12/24/13 10:36:50 AM
#1162   bar1080 is right about the average rate of fung_derf 12/24/13 10:32:52 AM
#1161   A decade ago some energetic, math loving IHUBer bar1080 12/24/13 09:31:04 AM
#1160   PASADENA, Calif., Dec. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Western 10times7 12/24/13 12:21:00 AM
#1159   Uh-Oh... The news is not good, fung derf. the cork 12/23/13 08:59:03 PM
#1158   I hate that you use Ihubbers to compare fung_derf 12/23/13 02:31:45 PM
#1157   I doubt 1% of IHUBers have matched the bar1080 12/23/13 02:19:13 PM