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Investing in stocks or shares allows individuals to grow their wealth over time. One of the benefits of owning stocks is the potential to receive returns on the investment in the form of dividends, bonuses, or rights. When an investor has yet to receive any dividends, bonuses or rights from their investments, it helps investors understand the potential reasons for not receiving returns on their investments and take appropriate action to resolve any issues. By understanding the various reasons, investors can ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria set by the company, keep their contact details up-to-date, and stay informed about any changes or updates related to their investments. Ultimately, the objective is to help investors maximize their investment returns and achieve their financial goals.
However, there could be various reasons why an investor may not receive any dividends, bonuses or rights from their investments.
In summary, there could be various reasons why an investor may not receive any dividends or bonuses from their investments. Suppose an investor is still determining why they have not received any returns on their investment. In that case, they should contact the company’s investor relations department or broker/investment platform for further information.
In conclusion, there could be various reasons why an investor may not receive any dividends, bonuses, or rights from their investments. The company may have yet to declare any dividends or bonuses due to insufficient profits or if they choose to reinvest profits back into the business. Additionally, investors may not be eligible to receive dividends or bonuses if they do not meet the eligibility criteria set by the company. Incorrect bank account details, shares held in a nominee account, and oversubscribed rights issues are possible reasons for not receiving investment returns. Investors need to keep their contact details up-to-date and check with their nominee account providers or the company’s investor relations department to ensure they receive all relevant communications and returns on their investment.
Also Read:What is the Procedure for Shares Issue through Bonus Issue?Overview of Bonus Stripping & Tax on Bonus Shares under ITA 1961
Minakshi Bindhani has completed LL.M. with a specialization in Criminal Law from Madhusudan Law University, Cuttack, Odisha. She is more inclined toward legal research and writing and have prior experience in Civil and Criminal litigation and content writing.
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