Welcome to my Monthly Dividend Income statement!
I am presenting you with all my dividend income since I started tracking them and since I took control of my investments. I use a spreadsheet to track all my dividend income and portfolio performance and share a guide to building your own dividend tracker.
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2017 Dividend Income
|January 2017 : $1,002.24||July 2017 : $1,225.67|
|February 2017 : $1,083.61||August 2017 : $1,114.32|
|March 2017 : $1,566.18||September 2017 : $1,682.27|
|April 2017 : $1,042.66||October 2017 : $1,473.64|
|May 2017 : $1,053.99||November 2017 :|
|June 2017 : $1,748.03||December 2017 :|
|Total 2017 : $12,992.61|
2016 Dividend Income
2015 Dividend Income
2014 Dividend Income
2013 Dividend Income
2012 Dividend Income
2011 Dividend Income
2010 Dividend Income
|January 2010 : $367.76||July 2010 : $459.80|
|February 2010 : $200.07||August 2010 : $290.00|
|March 2010 : $216.65||September 2010 : $307.78|
|April 2010 : $419.35||October 2010 : $437.23|
|May 2010 : $210.81||November 2010 : $313.53|
|June 2010 : $262.50||December 2010 : $263.18|
|Total 2010 : $3,748.66|DISCLAIMER: Please note that this blog post represents my opinion and not an advice/recommendation. I am not a financial adviser, I am not qualified to give financial advice. Before you buy any stocks/funds consult with a qualified financial planner. Make your investment decisions at your own risk – see my full disclaimer for more details.