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Stock dividends give a company a way to increase the number of shares outstanding and bump up the number of shares owned by each shareholder. But dividends don't change the value of what each shareholder owns. The company is still worth the same amount, but it's just divided over a larger number of shares.What do companies pay dividends?
Companies pay dividends from the retained earnings (Past and present profits kept as reserves on the balance sheet). Dividends are paid either a few times a year or once a year.Are dividends the same as stocks?
Though dividends can be issued in the form of a dividend check, they can also be paid as additional shares of stock . This is known as dividend reinvestment. Either way, dividends are taxable. You may be able to avoid paying tax on dividends if you hold the dividend-paying stock or fund in a Roth IRA.When did MasterCard stock split?
MasterCard (NYSE:MA) announced its first and only stock split on Dec. 10, 2013, splitting shares 10-for-1 on Jan. 21, 2014. Visa followed MasterCard's move a year later, announcing a 4-for-1 stock split in January 2015, which was completed on March 18, 2015.