heres the real scoop that you all really want to know. SBY Basis will be what you got the stock for when they issued the shares. around 19.50. It is classified as a taxable dividend as your regular quarterly dividends are. The best part is for most of us since TWO wont have earnings and profit iabove the regular divident t will be classified as return of capital. So at year end when the final announcement of earnings and paid dividends thats when you will find out the true tax effect.
to answer the post reits are dividends only and at ordinary income rates. so no special tax treatment for the dividends. No K-1's
I really wander how the share repurchase will take into effect the amount of dividend they pay out. Does the reduced shares mean higher dividends. I also beleive the dividends paid out last quarter were not all out of profits due to the SPO's not ompletely taken into consideration, so keeping dividends the same might even the over all 90% required payout in range for the year.
The roth is the right way to go. To answer the IRA question the dividends do go into your investment account. They then get taxed when you start to withdraw the money from it. Look at TWO for a quality mReit. The boys on this have done it right since it started in 2009. OHI is another solid buy with a stable future and pays a solid 7% dividend.
Is there any talk about what the dividend will be this quarter. Or any talk on what the fourth quarter earnings will be. It would appear to be lower with the expenses related to the notes that were re done.
so do we expect this company to pay dividends any time soon. I am buying in today with the expectation of good earnings and possibly a shot at a dividend.
I own TWO and OHI which at this time OHI seems to be a better choice but I like them both. OHI has a better upside with their growth