Dividend-paying stocks are definitely not a passive investing strategy. You need to research into each stock, monitor the portfolio, keep on top of the news and trim where needed.
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I finally got around to doing my dividend spreadsheet, and this is what it looks like for your information. PROJECTED TOTAL DIVIDEND INCOME = $10,254.53 for 2020 My goal for 2020 w
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DAY ONE ??:?? — We wake up pretty early. I am very tired. I know it is definitely not even 5. It is 4. I am sure of it. 5:04 a.m. — OH GAWD….. WHY *sob* … I am tr
DAY ONE ??:?? — I wake up before him, and go through my massive To Do list in bed while I wait for Little Bun to wake up. He likes it when I am there when he wakes up, and always
Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) Tax-sheltered meaning you get a tax credit when you contribute towards it (lowers your taxable income) BUT you pay taxes when you withdraw
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