Some mutual funds distribute interest and dividends, which are taxed as income.
pay out to mutual fund shareholders of interest, dividends, and other income. Investors may withdraw the money or re-invest in additional shares of the fund.
Payment to mutual fund shareholders of interest or dividends generated by a fund's investments.
Any payout to mutual fund shareholders resulting from interest, dividends, or other income.
Payment of interest and dividends earned on a fund's portfolio of securities after operating expenses are deducted.
Regular payments from mutual funds to their shareholders, composed of dividends, interest, and short-term capital gains earned from the fund’s portfolio of securities. May be distributed annually, biannually, quarterly, or monthly, with operating expenses deducted.
Payments to investors of dividends and interest earned on securities held by a mutual fund (less operating expenses). Generally refers to monthly payments by an Income Fund or Money Market Fund.
Money paid to fund shareholders of stock dividends and bond interest generated by the securities of the fund. Operating expenses are deducted before payment.
Payments of dividends, interest, or short-term capital gains earned by a fund's portfolio of securities after deducting operating expenses. The prospectus describes how often a fund pays dividends.
Lintner's observations Liquidating dividend