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Types of Dividend

Cash Dividend
Cash Dividend

Cash dividend is the money paid to stockholders normally as a part of the corporation's current earnings or accumulated profits. Cash dividend is the money paid to stockholders normally as a part of the corporation's current earnings or accumulated profits.

Liquidating Dividend
Liquidating Dividend

A liquidating dividend is a type of payment that a corporation makes to its shareholders during a partial or full liquidation. A liquidating dividend is a type of payment that a corporation makes to its shareholders during a partial or full liquidation.

Property Dividend
Property Dividend

A property dividend is an alternative to cash or stock dividends. A property dividend can either include shares of a subsidiary company or physical assets. A property dividend can either include shares of a subsidiary company or physical assets.

Scrip Dividend
Scrip Dividend

Provisional certificate issued (at the option of individual stock/shareholders) by a firm strapped for cash (but having adequate retained earnings) in lieu of cash dividend. It may take the form of (1) a promissory note discountable before its due date, also called liability dividend, or (2) common stock (ordinary shares) reflecting capitalization of a part of reserves (retained earnings).

Stock Dividend
Stock Dividend

A stock dividend, also known as a scrip dividend, is a dividend payment made in the form of additional shares. A stock dividend, also known as a scrip dividend, is a dividend payment made in the form of additional shares.

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