dividend cheque

dividend cheque
dividend cheque UK US UK (US dividend check) noun [C] (also dividend warrant)
FINANCE a cheque (= printed form for making a payment from a bank account) paying someone a dividend on their shares: »

Dividend cheques are valid for one year from the date on the cheque.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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