If a company pays money (or other assets) to its shareholders, it is making a distribution. When a company pays a dividend it is making a distribution.
The regular payment of dividends and other income and realized capital gains from fund investments.
The payment of a dividend or capital gain. Also, a company's allocation of income and expenses among its various accounts. Also, handing out assets to beneficiaries of an estate. Also, the sale of a large amount of stock by a single entity over a period of time rather than all at once, to avoid adversely affecting its market price. opposite of accumulation. see also allotment, excess distribution, required minimum distribution, payable date.
The payment of dividends to shareholders from the company's profits.
An investment company payment to its shareholders of capital gains realised from the sale of securities. Investment company shareholders, not the investment company, pay taxes on a distribution.
Issue of FREE shares of Company B to the shareholders of Company A. There is no transfer of operations/assets of Company A to Company B. The shareholder continues to hold shares in both Company A and Company B. Hence, the event is distinct from De-merger or Bonus.
(1) Dividends and capital gains paid to the client from a fund's earnings. (2) Client liquidation of assets from a retirement account.
Disbursement of realized cash or stock to a venture capital fund's limited partners upon termination of the fund.
Money a taxpayer withdraws from a retirement plan. Also refers to money or property distributed by a corporation to its shareholders, e.g., dividends or liquidating distributions.
a payment to shareholders by an S corporation out of the corporation's profit
a payout to shareholders resulting from a mutual fund's realized capital gains, interest or dividend income
a transaction in which a corporation pays money to its shareholder s
A payment by the fund to shareholders of either interest income or capital gains.
Payment of income dividends and capital gains. A client can choose to have their distributions paid in cash or reinvest them in additional shares of the same fund or another fund within the same family.
1) The payment of dividends and capital gains, or 2) a term used to describe a method of selling to the public.
In mutual funds, a distribution is the payout of realized capital gains on securities in the portfolio. With securities in general, a distribution refers to the sale of a large block of stock in such a way that the stock price is not adversely affected.
The income or capital gain made by a mutual fund that is paid to the funds investors.
The income paid out to investors from a unit trust in the form of interest or dividends.
Annual payout of income earned by a fund to its unitholders. Opposite: reinvestment/capital growth.
The amount that is paid to investors after the end of a distribution period. This should include income, realised capital gain and any return of capital.
1. Payment from a mutual fund including dividends, short-term capital gains, long-term capital gains, tax-exempt dividends and return of capital. 2. The proceeds from the sale of shares from your account.
Pay out of realized capital gains on securities in the portfolio of the fund or closed end investment company.
Dividend payments made to creditors, who have duly filed claims and are acknowledged by the trustees, executors, assignees or administrators of an insolvency proceeding.
income payments from managed investments. The income received by the managed investment typically includes dividends from shares, realised capital gains from assets the manager has bought and sold during the period, rental income and interest income.
payments to unitholders of income realized by a fund. Distributions can consist of interest, dividends and/or capital gains. The type and frequency of the distribution depends on the fund.
The payment of dividends and capital gains to shareholders
Payment of a dividend or capital gain. Shareholders may take their distributions in cash or may have them automatically reinvested in additional shares of the same fund.
The manner in which total output and income is distributed among individuals or factors (e.g., the distribution of income between labor and capital).
Also see capital gains distribution.
The income arising from underlying stocks and shares that aÂ fund pays at specific times.
Payroll Master File parallel of the HEPPS Expense Assignment. It provides funding information, etc. for payroll expense charges.
The payments of any investment income generated by a fund, usually made either half-yearly or quarterly. You can choose to have each distribution paid to you or to reinvest it in the fund for greater capital growth.
Another name for the paying out of share dividends and fund income to investors.
(1) One or more dividend payments made to creditors who have approved claims filed in a bankruptcy, assignment or receivership. (2) The marketing or selling of an item. (3) Division of shares.
A transfer of money or other property made by a corporation to a shareholder in respect of the corporation's shares.
An income payment made to unit trust investors. Under a trust deed, any income earned by the investments held in the trust may have to be distributed to the investors. The term may also be used to describe a return of capital.
A transfer of profits or property by a corporation to its shareholders.
The payment of a â€œdividendâ€ to unitholders of an investment fund on the basis of the income and realised capital gains accruing to an investment fund.
Payment of a dividend or capital gain. Shareholders may take their distributions in cash or reinvest them in additional shares/units of the same fund or another fund.
Payments made to shareholders by themutual fund. Interest and stock dividends earned by the fund'sportfolio are passed to shareholders as dividends, while capitalgains are passed as capital gains distributions.
Capital gains from a Fund's sale of securities and corporate dividends received by a Fund are distributed to mutual fund shareholders in the form of distributions. These are typically paid annually.
When a company pays money (dividends) to its shareholders.
Each mutual fund pays out the dividends or interest it earns and the capital gains it realizes on the sale of securities in its portfolio to all existing shareholders. Unless you own the fund through a tax-deferred or tax-free account, you owe federal income tax on income distributions at your regular rate. If the fund owned a security for more than a year before selling it, federal income tax on the capital gains distribution from that security is figured at your long-term capital gains rate. But if the fund owned the security for a shorter time, you owe tax at your regular rate.
Regular payments from mutual funds to their shareholders, made up of dividends, interest and short-term capital gains earned from the fund’s portfolio of securities. Income may be distributed annually, bi-annually, quarterly, or monthly, with operating expenses deducted.
1) The payment of dividends and capital gains, and 2) a term used to describe a method of sales.
Distribution in economics refers to the way total output and income from it is distributed among individuals and among the factors of production (labor, land, and capital) (Samuelson and Nordhaus, 2001, p. 762). In general theory total output and total income are duals, inseparably bound. So are they bound in their operational counterparts, the national income and product accounts, which represent that each unit of output corresponds to a unit of income, whether expressed in real or nominal terms.