Qualified Dividend

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As per the US Internal Revenue Code, Qualified Dividends are dividends that are subject to the similar tax levels as long-term capital gains, which are less than rates for an individual?s ordinary income. These dividends are taxed as capital gains at 20 per cent, 15 per cent or 0 per cent rates, contingent on the tax bracket.

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