The dividend schedule below includes dividend amounts, payment dates and ex-dividend dates for Aflac. Aflac issues dividends to shareholders from excess cash the company generates. Most companies pay dividends on a quarterly basis, but dividends may also be paid monthly, annually or at irregular intervals. The 5-year average annualized dividend growth rate of Aflac is 13.12%. The largest dividend yield was 3.19% on May 14, 2012. Based on the trailing twelve months, the year-over-year dividend growth rate is 10.00%.
Payments per year
Aflac's next dividend was announced on November 1, 2023 and will have an ex-dividend date of February 20, 2024.
The next dividend payout for Aflac ($AFL) will be on March 1, 2024. Investors need to be owners of Aflac (AFL) shares by February 21, 2024.
The next dividend for Aflac (AFL) will be on March 1, 2024 and will be $0.50.
The most current yield for Aflac (AFL) is 2.56% and is payable next on March 1, 2024.
The next dividend for Aflac (AFL) was announced on November 1, 2023.
Dividend decisions can be influenced by what other companies in the same industry are doing. Aflac's dividend yield is higher than the average dividend yield of its peers.
Yes, Aflac is considered a good dividend. The dividend is above their peers and, based on the TTM, the year-over-year dividend growth is positive.
No. Based on historical data, Aflac dividend is not considered sustainable. The company is not paying dividends consistently but is making a profit.
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