December 2019 Dividend and Option Income Summary

Happy new year everyone!

December 2019 is in the books. Let's see how much income my investments produced for me last month.

In this blogpost I will list my dividend and option income for the month of December 2019

In December I received a total of $637.93. This is made up of $332.17 of dividends and $305.76 from selling options.

These are the stocks that paid me a dividend:

Royal Dutch Shell: $28.11
Unilever: $19.46
Boeing: $17.47
Coca-Cola Company: $13.60
Enbridge: $12.64
Ford: $20.40
IBM: $13.77
Intel: $16.87
International Paper: $11.76
Johnson & Johnson: $12.11
Lockheed Martin: $12.24
3M: $12.24
Microsoft: $13.01
NextEra Energy: $10.63
Pfizer: $15.30
Polaris Industries: $8.81
Prudential: $12.75
Qualcomm: $15.81
Realty Income: $4.82
Suncor Energy: $9.62
United Parcel Service: $16.32
Walgreens Boots Alliance: $7.78
Wells Fargo: $10.84
WestRock: $15.81

Last year December I received $198.94 in dividends. That means that this year I received %66.97 more dividends than last year December. Nice!

All dividends are after dividend taxes of 15%, but I can reclaim this via the Dutch IRS, so there's an added bonus there when I do my taxes for 2020 (in March next year).

How was your month? Hopefully you received some nice dividends as well. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to post them below!

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Thanks for reading.


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