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May 2021 Dividend Income Report

 May 2021 Dividend Update      Begining of a new month, that means it is time to count last month dividend income.  Every Dividend investor favorite time of the month.  This allows you to consider how far you have come and ponder where are you going towards your ultimate dream of achieving Financial Independence (FI).   FI has been my goal since 2014, Dividend and real estate are main two main sources of achieving FI. Without further ado let us review how we did last month: Stocks May 2021 $1811.58 $425.87 IRA $67.00 ROTH $60.69 Individual $225.64 Mrs. Dividend Pursuit Individual $66.76 HSA account $5.02 M1 Finance $0.76 TOTAL $425.87  Wow, this is our best month ever $425.87 in one month.  A new milestone for sure for us for sure.  For the month of May 2021, on our individual account we total $293.16, also a milestone for us.  We also collected $132.71 in our combine tax advantage accounts.  How did you do last month? I hope you also had a great month collecting dividends? Thanks for

April 2021 Dividend update

 April 2021 Dividend Update     It is that time again, the begining of the new month.  Time to reflect on possible new investment for the month and time to count the previous month dividend payout.  There has been a lot of noise in the market specially with meme stocks.  As a long term invester, I am focusing on building my passive income via dividend payout and cash flow from real estate.  Today we will report my dividend payout for month of April 2021. Without further ado let us count the dividend received from our various accounts: We received a total of $358.72 in dividend in the month of April 2021, a new record for us to start the second quarter. Stocks April 2021 $1,721.71 $358.72 IRA $28.93 ROTH $35.13 Individual $208.50 Mrs. Dividend pursuit $75.38 HSA account $9.51 M1 Finance $1.27 TOTAL $358.72 We received $285.15 on our non-taxable accounts and $73.57 in the taxable accounts.   Since we are trying to reach Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE).  We are investing mostly

MARCH 2021 DIVIDEND UPDATE

 DIVIDEND UPDATE MARCH 2021        Begining of every month is very dividend investor favorite time of the month.  Time to pause and reflect on previous month dividend income.  It is like a clock work, just hits your account on a monthly basis, almost predictable when each company will pay their dividend.  I invest in companies that are stable and able to aford to pay their shareholders dividend every quarter or monthly.       One day i hope to have my passive income cover my life expenses, I am far from there but the sooner you start the faster you can reach your financial independence (FI).  I am not realy sure if I will retire for say.  However, FI will provide more options in life to choose your path forward.  How you spend your time.  Time is one thing you can not go back to, once past it is gone.  That is the only thing I remember form my 8th grade class.  A valuable lesson for sure! without further ado let us review where our passive income came from last month: March 2021, broug

February 2021 Dividend Income

 February 2021 Dividend Income     End of the month is my favorite time of the month.  I plan to count my dividend income received on the prior month, compare it to my goals and plan ahead for next months purchases.  We plan to buy at least twice a month and we investing in various of our accounts.  We ae focusing mostly on the taxable accounts as we will drawn from that account earlier than our taxable advantage accounts.         Without further ado, let us review last month totals.  We received a total of $352.84, in dividend for the month of February 2021, of which $246.13, is in our robinhood account , disclaimer if you sign up we received a stock and so do you.  We also received $51.91 in our combine IRA accounts, and $54.80 in our ROTH IRA accounts.  Below is a summary of all the companies who paid us dividend for the month of February 2021. A total of 14 companies paid us in our Tax advantage account and 30 in our combine robinhood accounts. Stocks February 2021 $352.84 IRA $5

January 2021 Dividend Income

 January 2021 Dividend Income          Mr. Market always has news that suprises investors new and old alike on a daily and weekly basis.  For dividend investor we tend to ignore the daily noise create by Mr. Market and focus on our progress and review where we need to make improvements and continue keep investing with long term view.  So without further ado let us review last month dividend income sumary for January 2021. We received a total of $270.59 in dividend for the month of January 2021.    Please note I added a W to Mrs. Dividend Pursuit stocks to differentiate between our two accounts. Here is a breakdown from where the dividends came from on our accounts. We received $208.52 in our combine taxable accounts ,  IRA accounts $38.55 and Roth Accounts $23.52. Real estate passive income was $250.00 for the month .    Next month expenses will be higher for sure we had a tenant move and we turn the apartment by fixing few items including doing floors in both bathrooms and the kitchen

DECEMBER 2020 DIVIDEND UPDATE

 December 2020 Dividend Update What a year 2020 was!  I am glad the year is over and we start to look at a new year the hope is great.  Mr. Market has been in a tear to close the year, for sure the volatality is greater then the this time last year for sure.  For any dividend investor we tend to focus on continue building passive income that will surpass our yearly expenses.  To that end the end of the month is the best time of any dividend investor.  We take a look back at the previous month and see how we did?  Where we heading?  How much progress we have made?  How much more we need to achieve, to reach our ultimate goal. So without further ado let us review last month dividend income sumary for December 2020. We received a total of $346.81 in dividend for the month of December 2020 .    Please note I added a W to Mrs. Dividend Pursuit stocks to differentiate between our two accounts. Here is a breakdown from where the dividends came from on our accounts. We received $287.20 in our