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What dividends were paid to BA/IAG shareholders in 2014-15?

edited 31 January 2017 at 11:35PM in Savings & Investments
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edited 31 January 2017 at 11:35PM in Savings & Investments
I've just realised I only estimated the actual payments on my tax return for 2014-15 and the deadline to amend it is midnight tonight! I can only find the voucher for the interim 16.12.16 payment, which says is payment no.3 so as there are 2 per year I'm guessing they were still British Airways shares in 2014-15. I'm only interested in the dividends actually paid out from 6.4.14 to 5.4.15, so probably an interim paid out in Dec 2014 plus a final one (maybe paid earlier that tax year?)
I have 275 shares.

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  • atushatush Forumite
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    I dont know that any were?

    Isnt this around the time they went from no divs (but you got a shareholder discount) to Divs w/o?
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    Kernel_SandersKernel_Sanders Forumite
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    edited 1 February 2017 at 12:05AM
    atush wrote: »
    I dont know that any were?

    Isnt this around the time they went from no divs (but you got a shareholder discount) to Divs w/o?
    I don't remember that, I'm pretty sure I got dividends that year.
  • Eco_MiserEco_Miser Forumite
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    That National Grid file can also be opened with Open Office (free).

    Here's the last few years from it. Sorry about the formatting.
    National Grid plc ordinary dividends paid

    Type of dividend Dividend per share (pence) Tax credit per share (pence) Payment date Ex-dividend Date Record Date Scrip Reference Price (pence)

    Interim 15.17 - 11/01/2017 24/11/2016 25/11/2016 920.92
    Final 28.34 - 10/08/2016 02/06/2016 03/06/2016 976.08
    Interim 15.00 1.67 13/01/2016 26/11/2015 27/11/2015 928.9
    Final 28.16 3.13 05/08/2015 04/06/2015 05/06/2015 857.46
    Interim 14.71 1.63 07/01/2015 20/11/2014 21/11/2014 937.4
    Final 27.54 3.06 20/08/2014 04/06/2014 06/06/2014 836.1
    Interim 14.49 1.61 22/01/2014 04/12/2013 06/12/2013 Not offered
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    Kernel_SandersKernel_Sanders Forumite
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    edited 1 February 2017 at 12:48AM
    Eco_Miser wrote: »
    That National Grid file can also be opened with Open Office (free).

    Here's the last few years from it. Sorry about the formatting.
    Thanks for your efforts but I found the National Grid info on the excellent Hargreaves Lansdown site. As you can see, it doesn't go back that far for IAG, and it doesn't list BA at all, even though there should be historical info of interest there: http://www.hl.co.uk/shares/shares-search-results/i/international-consolidated-airlines-cdi
  • lr1277lr1277 Forumite
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    This may be too late for you, but I checked on Sharescope, and IAG didn't pay a dividend on 31/12/13 and 31/12/14.
    They paid a dividend of 14.513p on 31/12/15.

    It looks like the HL website and atush were correct, at least by Sharescope's reckoning.
  • badger09badger09 Forumite
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    I've just realised I only estimated the actual payments on my tax return for 2014-15 and the deadline to amend it is midnight tonight! I can only find the voucher for the interim 16.12.16 payment, which says is payment no.3 so as there are 2 per year I'm guessing they were still British Airways shares in 2014-15. I'm only interested in the dividends actually paid out from 6.4.14 to 5.4.15, so probably an interim paid out in Dec 2014 plus a final one (maybe paid earlier that tax year?)
    I have 275 shares.

    You do live life on the edge don't you:cool:
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