March 2018 Dividend Income Summary

The first quarter has come to an end.

In this blogpost I will list my dividend income for the month of March 2018.

In March I received a total of $198.31 in dividend income.

The following stocks paid me a dividend:

Unilever (UN): $18.75
Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A): $27.95
Ford (F): $38.08
Pfizer (PFE): $14.45
Boeing (BA): $14.53
Microsoft (MSFT): $10.71
3M (MMM): $11.56
International Business Machines (IBM): $12.75
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ): $10.71
NextEra Energy (NEE): $9.43
Realty Income (O): $4.66
Qualcomm (QCOM): $14.53
Lockheed Martin (LMT): $10.20

Some of the stocks mentioned above paid me dividend in euros. For reporting purposes, I calculated these back to dollars using the closing exchange rate of 2 April 2018: 1.23045 (€1 = $1.23045).

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 2018 (in March 2019).

Last year March I received $96.48. That means that this years March dividend income is a 105.54% increase from last year March. Awesome!

Here's the updated dividend income graph:

Dividend-Income

Purchases / sales

In March I made one purchase. On 21 March I bought 50 shares of Williams-Sonoma (WSM) for $54.21 per share, for a total of $2,710.75 including commission.

There were no sales.

How was your month? Got some nice juicy dividends as well? Make sure to leave a comment.

Thanks for reading.

SD

Disclaimer: I am NOT a registered investment advisor, financial advisor or tax professional. Any information found on this website is not a substitute for professional advice. This website should be viewed for entertainment purposes only. No guarantees or promises are made regarding the accuracy, reliability or completeness of the information presented. Please consult with an appropriate professional before investing any of your money.

Stashing Dutchman

Hi there! My name is Albert and I am a Dutch guy in my early 20's. I am a dividend growth investor and aim to achieve financial freedom.

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