- Getting Started
- Update my information
- Account and Trading Security
- Security of my funds
- Change my password
- What are inactivity fees?
- What is buying power?
- How to close my Hapi account?
- How to transfer stocks from another broker to Hapi?
- What happens to my assets in case I die?
- How does Hapi Fully Paid Securities Lending Program work?
- Documents and Taxes
Investing in Hapi
- Do I own my shares?
- How to buy a stock?
- How to sell a stock?
- What are Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)?
- What are Fractional Shares?
- What types of orders can I find in Hapi?
- How do I Cancel a pending Order?
- ¿Qué es un Clearing House Fee?
- What is trade settlement?
- Where can I find my dividends?
- What's an IPO?
- What happens to my stocks if they get delisted from the stock market?
- Holidays in the Stock Market 2023
- Day trading
- Cash Account Violations
- Referral program
- Hapi Learning
Dividends: how they work and how to get them in Hapi
At Hapi your dividends are processed automatically. Cash dividends will be added as cash to your account.
Finding your dividends on the app is really simple.
How to find dividends on the app:
1. Tap on the wallet icon
2. Tap on "History"
3. Use the filter to choose dividend history
The dividends credited to your account have already been discounted by the mandatory 30% that is paid as taxes to the US.
To qualify to receive dividend payments from a company, you must have acquired shares before the cut-off date for the payment (ex-dividend date). You can still own or sell the shares after that date and still qualify for the payment of dividends.
You will not qualify for the payment of dividends if you buy shares on or after the cut-off date, or if you sell the shares before the cut-off date.
Keep in mind that dividends from international companies can take additional time to process and to be reflected in your account, usually 2 or 3 trading days after the official payment date.
Dividends are usually paid at the end of the trading day designated as the payday. Dividend payments for fractional shares will be made in proportion to the fraction of shares held, rounded to the nearest penny.
If you have any additional questions about dividends, email us to firstname.lastname@example.org, we are here to help you!