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    Dividend Stocks That Raised Payouts in October 2013

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    With so many factors triggering market uncertainty, like the timing of the Fed taper and a lackluster earnings season, investors continue to love their dividend stocks - especially with so many raising payouts in October.

    It's an interesting time for dividend seekers. According to Fidelity Investments, corporate cash balances sit at some $1.8 trillion - the highest in history. Yet, payout ratios are still at 50-year lows. That suggests there's plenty of room for dividends to rise.


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  • Dividend-Paying Stocks: Some of the Best Bets for 2013 Investors who shy away from dividend-paying stocks next year because of higher taxes will miss some of the best income sources of 2013.

    Plus, there's a good chance many investors will miss the biggest dividend tax hit.

    U.S. President Barack Obama, who earlier had suggested raising the dividend tax on those earning $250,000 or more, now says he wants to increase the tax on those earning $400,000 or more. Republicans have suggested raising the dividend tax on those earning $1 million or more.

    Many investors wouldn't be affected by either proposal: Among Americans who receive qualified dividends - those taxed as capital gains, not regular income - 48% make less than $250,000 a year.

    And there are some stocks that will be relatively immune to the fiscal cliff tax effects.

    For those who will keep their money in dividends, we've highlighted some of the best picks among dividend-paying stocks for 2013, as well as some you'll want to avoid.

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