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JUNE DIVIDENDS – #DIVIDENDSERIES

Summer is in full swing and the heat is on. Just found out that DGS will not be paying a dividend for July so that will have a massive impact on my goals and also my earnings. Added some more FTN so hopefully that offsets some of the payout that was expected from DGS.

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MAY DIVIDENDS – #DIVIDENDSERIES

Another month, another dividend report. As we all know here in Canada, the summer is getting close and this usually means more spending, because no one wants to be inside when its warm and sunny. So squeezing out extra funds for the dividend series might be a little challenging, but once there is a will there is a way.

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March 2018 DIVIDEND INCOME

Back at it again, website woes and dividend cuts, messing with my annual goals, along with the weather being as wild and crazy as the stock market since the turn of the year. Here is a look at what’s been going on with dividend income.

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December 2017 DIVIDEND INCOME

So it’s January the first month of 2018 and I have been missing with the updates for most of the fourth quarter of 2017, but to be 100% there is no one reason I can pinpoint for the absence. The Christmas break was much needed to refresh and recharge those batteries. Not sure if the period for wishing everyone a happy new year has elapsed, but I will do it anyway HAPPY NEW YEAR.

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Small Change Challenge #SCC

Recently I started what I call the Small Change Challenge (SCC). Others might call it something else, because I am sure it’s nothing new. I started using the small change in my account to purchase stocks. My definition of small change, is any amount between $1 and $2.99, so for example if I have $102.35 left in my account after a purchase I move the $2.35 to savings until I accumulate enough to purchase the stock I want.

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