Dividend Income Update // June 2017

June Dividends

  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – $16.80
  • Amgen, Inc. (AMGN) – $9.20
  • Pepsi Co, Inc. (PEP) – $8.05
  • T. Rowe Price (TROW) – $17.10

Total dividends received for the month of June: $51.15

Hey there! Another month has come to an end, I’ve tallied up my dividends and low and behold…I’ve crossed the $50 mark in monthly dividend income. Now this doesn’t mean that I’m making $50 in dividend income every month (I’m currently averaging ~$22 per month) but it feels fantastic to have crossed that mark.

June is historically a higher payout month and June 2017 surely did not disappoint. In addition to having a majority of my holdings paying out this month, I also saw a 5% increase from JNJ and a 7% increase from PEP- not too bad for merely holding on to those shares!

Thanks for reading.

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Dividend Income Update // March 2017

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March Dividends

  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – $16.00
  • Amgen, Inc. (AMGN) – $9.20
  • Pepsi Co, Inc. (PEP) – $7.53
  • T. Rowe Price (TROW) – $17.10

Total dividends received for the month of March: $49.83

Sorry for the radio silence here over the last two months! Life has gotten in the way (yet again) of me being able to consistently post on time. But now that I’m here, we might as well jump right to it.

This March update represents a 30% yoy increase over last year’s published dividends; such a wonderful feeling! Though I’ve deploying my available capital to other accounts (more on that in a future post), I haven’t been allocating as much over the last twelve months to my taxable brokerage account. However, it’s still amazing to see how my dividends keep growing; even without having to do anything at all!

Thanks for reading.

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Dividend Income Update // January 2017

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January Dividends 

  • Pepsi Co, Inc. (PEP) – $7.53
  • The Walt Disney Company (DIS) – $9.36

Total Dividends received for the month of January: $16.89

January is a low dividend paying month for my portfolio – as is the case for many others. However, I am happy to report that, while my holdings didn’t pay as much as some other months, I still received a 140% increase over last January’s published amount! Also, my Pepsi Co dividend amount increase by 7%; which means I received a “raise” for doing hardly anything but holding onto my shares. It’s a great feeling to see how my little portfolio is growing even with little effort.

Thanks for reading.

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Dividend Income Update // December 2016

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December Dividends

  • Starbucks Corporation (SBUX) – $8.25
  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – $16.00
  • Amgen, Inc. (AMGN) – $8.00
  • T. Rowe Price (TROW) – $16.20

Total dividends received for month of December: $48.45

That’s a 105% increase over December 2015! I am super thrilled to know that, month by month, I am earning income that I don’t even have to work for; it gets deposited into my account whether I ask for it or not.

Unfortunately, due to Pepsi’s weird payout schedule, I technically will not meet my 2016 dividend income goal. However, receiving almost $220 isn’t bad! I more than doubled the amount of dividends I received this year over last year and for that I am extremely proud.

Thanks for reading.

Images: Death to the Stock Photo with graphics added by One Woman’s Worth.

Dividend Income Update // September 2016

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September Dividends

  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – $16.00
  • Amgen, Inc. (AMGN) – $8.00
  • Pepsi Co, Inc. (PEP) – $7.53
  • T. Rowe Price (TROW) – $16.20

Total dividends received for month of September: $47.73

Wow, that’s a 114% increase over September 2015! I spoke last month about my disappointment in not posting a YOY increase due to a dividend cut from KMI. However, I think I more than made up for it this month when I more than doubled my dividend income! This was accomplished through increasing the number of shares I own and through dividend increases from Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo., and T. Rowe Price. While I am happy to have added a new position in Amgen, Inc. I’m really more so excited by the fact that JNJ and PEP decided to return $0.05 more per share and TROW, $0.02 per share to me. All I had to do was continue to hold my shares…it’s like getting a raise for doing absolutely nothing!

At nearly $50, this is my highest paid out month to-date and I’m really excited to see what the future hold for me and my freedom fund. Stay tuned for more updates on my dividend income, as well as, updates on progress on my portfolio value.

Thanks for reading.

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Dividend Income Update // June 2016

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June Dividends

  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – $16.00
  • T. Rowe Price (TROW) – $16.20
  • Pepsi Co, Inc. (PEP) – $7.53

Total dividends received in the month of June: $39.73

Yay, for a high paying month! Almost $40 in dividends in a single month – Super exciting! My goal for this year was to receive $225 in dividends and we’ve just hit the halfway mark; so far, I’ve collected $101.59. I have a little ground to make up but I’m confident that I’ll be able to achieve my goal especially if I have more $40 months ahead!

Thanks for reading.

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Dividend Income Update // March 2016

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Life has gotten in the way of this blog lately so this post is a little (well, a lot) long overdue but better late than never, right? Check out my dividend income update and leave a comment sharing your dividend income progress!

March Dividends

  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) – $15.00
  • Pepsi Co, Inc. (PEP) – $7.03
  • T. Rowe Price (TROW) – $16.20

Total dividends received for the month of March: $38.23

Whoa! My highest payout month so far! While I’m only approximately nine months into my investing journey, it feels great to know that the energy and effort that I’m putting into this is paying off – literally. This month I received almost $40 in dividends which could cover my groceries for two weeks (a need) or go towards a nice new top (a want). I will, of course, put these dividends back to work in a more shares of a dividend paying stock instead of spending it today in hopes that my dividend payouts are doubled, tripled, quadrupled or even more in years to come.

Thanks for reading.

Images: Death to the Stock Photo with graphics added by One Woman’s Worth.