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JamesKirkham

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On 23/06/2021 at 12:27, JamesKirkham said:

I am planning on selling shares that had announced a Dividend, but the payment will not be made to my account for another 6 weeks.

If i sell my shares before receiving the dividend payment, will I miss out?

Thanks!

James

Hey James, 

If this is your share dealing/ ISA account and you've held shares through an ex div date, even if you sell the shares before the pay date you will receive the dividend. 

I hope this helps. 

All the best 

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