dividend warrant

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Noun1.dividend warrant - an order of payment (such as a check payable to a shareholder) in which a dividend is paid
bill of exchange, draft, order of payment - a document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another
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The above-mentioned Circular Letter was supplemented by a 2004 Circular Letter which enjoined banks "to take the necessary precaution in accepting deposit of second-endorsed dividend checks, especially those in unusually large volume.
Pinnacol Assurance announced on Monday it is distributing general dividend checks to its customers totaling $70 million.
While imposing income taxes would affect the richest Alaskans most, smaller dividend checks, and the program's uncertain future, are hitting low-income families hardest.
Inquiries regarding change of address, transfer of shares, lost certificates, and non-receipt of dividend checks or reinvestment statements should be directed to US Bancorp Fund Services, LLC (877) 785-0376
But I noticed dividend checks were still coming in directly from some companies, which meant there were more stocks, for which the certificates were still somewhere in her house, heaven knows where.
But each of those options must come at the expense of the dividend checks. That means we would all feel the direct effects of any increase in energy and transportation prices, while the benefits of the fee would be more diffuse.
Mendoza also admitted to signing hundreds of dividend checks.
He was adamant that it all has to be done in the right sequence: first cut the budget, then cut and cap the dividend checks, and then use Permanent Fund earnings.
The dividend checks will return to employers about 23 to 27 percent of the premiums they paid in 2014, SAIF said.
Oil explorers already are canceling drilling plans and laying off crews to conserve cash needed to cover dividend checks to investors and pay back debts.
Some common forms of unclaimed property are refunds, checks, stocks, savings and checking accounts, insurance payments, life insurance benefits, unredeemed money orders, uncashed dividend checks, certificates of deposit, customer overpayments, security deposits, and contents of safety deposit boxes.