Government Properties Stock
This Trust Pays Out 13.7% Each spring, we have to complete the infuriating, often stressful, practice of filing taxes. If you forget to dot an “i” or carry a one, more than likely someone from the IRS will be contacting.
A 10.7% Yield Backed By “Uncle Sam” Nobody can say many good things about the government nowadays. Bureaucrats blow our tax dollars on silly projects. When you see how much money “Uncle Sam” takes from each paycheck, it’s enough to.
Earn a 9.2% Yield From “Uncle Sam” You can’t call me a fan of the government. As one of those “Don’t Tread on Me” types, I resent how much the Feds collect in taxes. Never mind how much of that.
Getting Regular Dividend Checks from the U.S. Government? If you are tired of paying all the taxes, here’s a way to get some money back from “Uncle Sam:” through Government Properties Income Trust (NASDAQ:GOV). Headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts, Government Properties.
No Issues with This High-Yield Stock You should avoid most high-yield stocks. In fact, I usually rate most companies with high yields somewhere between “bad” and “trash can fire.” It’s not too common to find a double-digit yield with a.
Let “Uncle Sam” Boost Your Portfolio Return When Americans make money, part of it goes to taxes. Everyone knows that. What’s less talked about, though, is that there is a way for investors to get some money back from the.
Tax Loophole Yields 9.3% “Rob, low interest rates destroyed my retirement,” my friend Patrick complained. “For most of my life, you could always find a good yield somewhere. If the wife and I could earn a safe five percent, we’d.
Become “Uncle Sam’s” Landlord This 9.8% yield is backed by “Uncle Sam.” I’m not talking about Social Security, however. And this has nothing to do with Treasury notes or municipal bonds. I’m talking about Government Properties Income Trust (NYSE:GOV). Government.
Earn a 9.3% Yield From the Government It’s enough to keep every landlord up at night: running into a deadbeat tenant. You always have to chase them down for money. Who wants to deal with bounced checks, damaged appliances, and.
This Dividend Stock Pays Out 7.7% Today’s chart shows how some dividend stock investors earn 7.7% yields from the IRS. I know what you’re thinking; the IRS takes one-third of your income, right? Some people, though, have quietly made a.