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I have 2400shares.i want to claim the tax credits . Can't found the papers . Pleas how much that I should claim.


look up share registry company associated with the asx or share market share code .

log into share registry web site
in australia you will need your srn or HIN number (if you do not know it ask your share broker)
once in you should be able to look up the dividend payments.
look for imputated tax credits in the dividend payment and print it out for records.
If you use an online share broker there may be tax tools that will supply tax information
if you are in australia and an individual and use an accountant they can look this up on their tax portal.

Jul 07, 2017 | The Computers & Internet

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Dividends, franked credits


Franked credits means the company has paid tax on the dividend declared, often 30% in the dollar, but can be other amounts, so if you are paying income tax of 30% in the dollar the dividends are tax free because the company has paid the tax.

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Need a stock screener that shows dividends paid monthly


This sounds like the best solution for you.
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It has a free 14 day trial
https://www.aaii.com/computerized-investing/article/dividend-resources.mobile

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I Invested money and never recieved any dividends


I think you have to go through the relative document comprising the various terms and conditions about the investment you have invested in. since you said that you were promised to 20% ROI then the amount should be paid to you anyhow. You should consult to the related authority and try to find out what the problem is.
https://www.structuredsettlement-quotes.com/

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What is a yield


I'm assuming you're using a financial calculator?
Yield: The income return on an investment. This refers to the interest or dividends received from a security and is usually expressed annually as a percentage based on the investment's cost, its current market value or its face value. Investopedia.com

Sep 04, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Are there risks to investing in annuities?


There many risks in any sort of investment. Annuities are not immune to these risks, like say the bank you have you annuity with goes bankrupt the investment is not FDIC insured therefore it is very important that you make sure that the bank you're investing with is refutable. Check the fine print! Look out for a surrender charge some fixed annuities can charge you should you withdraw money before it matures and can be high charges reducing the amount that you will receive after retirement. There can also be age restrictions like giving you a tax penalty should you withdraw the money before the age of 59. Keep in mind that immediate annuities don't change their interest rates with the economy so you can't guarantee to always have a great interest rate.

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GE microwave model # JES1855PBH 04 .This was purchased less than a year ago. It just stopped working.Will not do anything,does not even light up controll panel.


First, check your circuit breaker to see if the circuit may have flipped off. If it isn't off...

Lucky for you that this item has a one year warranty. Look at the second to last page of the instruction manual and follow those directions. If you bought it using a credit card, have the receipt and the original manufacturer's warranty is out, call the credit card company and ask them if you can make an extended warranty claim. They will usually double the manufacturer's warranty.

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Someone stole money from me, they came up to my car and took money off my dashboard and ran off with my money.


don't leave your money on the dash board! keep your windows only partly open keep your doors locked except on motorway/highway don't use large amounts of money just credit or debit cards see if you can claim on your insurance

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