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SCRIP

Cardiology A clinical trial–Stanford Coronary Risk Intervention Project that studied the effect of intensive multiple risk factor reduction on M&M and prevention of new atherosclerotic lesions in Pts with moderate CAD. See Coronary artery disease.
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A deemed dividend election would have the following effects:
In addition to the fourth quarter dividend announced today, as previously announced, Reckson expects to declare a special dividend of an aggregate of approximately $25 million representing approximately $0.
shareholders to receive the benefit of all or a portion of the dividend tax credit ("avoir fiscal") that French resident shareholders receive on dividends from French corporations.
Wenche Agerup, member of the board of directors, has been allocated 35 Dividend Shares in the Dividend Issue.
301, which provides that a property distribution by a corporation to a stockholder is included in gross income to the extent the payment is a dividend.
24410 provided for a dividend-received deduction for dividends paid by an 80 percent or more owned insurance corporation to the extent that the insurance corporation was subject to the California gross premiums tax.
But look more closely, and you'll see another reason for the dividend.
Of the companies in the Spare, Kaplan study with buyback programs in place from 1996 through 1998, 72 percent raised the dividend as well.
There's one way a company can put a little money in your hands and make its stock more like your trusty bank account: offer a dividend.
You indicated that the IRS is considering the elimination of the dividend offset provision in that procedure and invited comments.
When a corporation receives a dividend from another corporation, the recipient is entitled to a deduction (known as the dividends-received deduction or DRD) equal to 70% of the amount of the dividend.
The company's dividend policy and future dividend payment considerations.