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No ‘Dividend Cliff’ in Sight

Perspectives Content Submission

Thu, 10 Jan 2013

Washington’s last-minute agreement on a fiscal cliff deal concentrated primarily on tax policy — including a higher dividend tax rate for high-income investors. History has shown, however, that the tax treatment of dividends has not hindered the relative outperformance of dividend-paying stocks ove

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