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Personal dividend income

Personal dividend income consists of payments in cash or in other assets, excluding the corporation's own stock, made by corporations located in the United States or abroad to persons who are U.S. residents. Personal dividend income includes the net income of S Corporations received by individuals as well as their receipt of dividends from C Corporations. Personal dividend income does not include interest from regulated investment companies reported as dividends on individual income tax returns. The dividend income of noninsured pension funds is imputed to persons and counted as part of personal dividend income.

Related Data Tables

For estimates relating to Personal dividend income please see the following tables

  • In the annual state personal income and employment category: SA30 SA40