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What is the meaning of proposed dividend?

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Proposed Dividend means a dividend that is paid by the company that the end of a finical year.

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[Debit] Proposed dividend [Credit] Dividend payable


yes we will pass entry for proposed dividend P&L Appropriation A/c Dr. To Proposed Dividend


Proposed dividend is that which is proposed by the management to be paid to share holders of company.Declared dividend is the dividend which is finalized in annual general meeting to be paid to share holders.


A company proposes a dividend to be paid to shareholders. The shareholders vote on this and the dividend that is actually paid may differ from that proposed.


Proposed dividend refers to the amount expected to be paid to shareholders. Final dividend is the official dividend paid to shareholders at the end of a financial year.


Here the difference is that the dividend is a amount decided to be given to, say the shareholders, and proposed dividend is the amount has not yet been decided at the meeting , for the sareholders as yet.


Yes following entry required: [Debit] Proposed dividend [Credit] dividend payable


[Debit] Proposed dividend [Credit] Dividend payable [Debit] Dividend payable [Credit] Cash / bank


A dividend is a stockhder's share of the profits from the company. This is paid pro-rata to the stockholders in either cash or more shares.


for proposed dividend to be entered in profit and loss appropriation account we need to deduct calls in arrears from called up capital/share capital,and the value we get should be multiplied with the rate given in adjustment. eg:share capital:5,00,000 calls in arrears:5000 Adjustment given is:The director proposed a final dividend at 15%. Therefore the solution would be:5,00,000-5000=4,95,000*15%=74,250 :)


your comments or ideas over the existing system is proposed system


The dividend is 97.The dividend is 97.The dividend is 97.The dividend is 97.


A monetary gain on an investment, much like earning interest on a bank account. Credit Unions typically use "dividend" instead of "interest" in their various accounts."dividend is given from the profit earn by the company to the share holders of the company" simply telling "dividend is the part of the profit"


An interim dividend is declared and paid by the directors subject to the members approval (at the AGM after the accounts have been laid before the members or members written resolution). A final dividend is a dividend approved by the members either in general meeting or by writen resolution. I think these used to be shown as proposed dividends before the latest FRS on events after the balance sheet date or final dividend paid if approved by the members in the year. I believe an interim dividend should be paid in cash but that a final dividend as it is approved by the members could be credited to a directors loan account at the date of approval rather than paid in cash


in the first factor of division. example:9\3=3



First announcement by a firm of an ordinary, taxable, cash dividend payable at the quarterly, semi-annual, or annual frequency to holders of ordinary common stock.


If dividend income received: Debit Cash / bank Credit Dividend income If dividend income receivable: Debit Dividend income receivable Credit Dividend income


(current month's dividend - last month's dividend) / last month's dividend using dividend per share amount


Dividend Disbursement


A dividend is a no. which is divided


A declared cash dividend is recorded by debiting the dividend account and crediting the dividend payable account.


Relative Dividend Yield is dividend yield of a stock compared the dividend yield of the S&P 500


debit dividend receivablecredit dividend income


Dividend factor = Net earned income / dividend earning shares



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