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  • Older investors a springboard for dividends, study says

    Finance professor Scott Weisbenner found that smaller companies are increasingly more likely to pay dividends as their nearby 65-and-older population rises - about 10 percentage points more likely for every 10 percent increase in the share of senior residents in the local community.

    Finance professor Scott Weisbenner found that smaller companies are increasingly more likely to pay dividends as their nearby 65-and-older population rises - about 10 percentage points more likely for every 10 percent increase in the share of senior residents in the local community.

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      Finance professor Scott Weisbenner found that smaller companies are increasingly more likely to pay dividends as their nearby 65-and-older population rises - about 10 percentage points more likely for every 10 percent increase in the share of senior residents in the local community.

      Photo courtesy College of Business

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