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    Hello and good day to all. Having my interest towards investment being sparked I've done some research but find difficulty understanding some things. So lets say I were to buy a share of ''Morrisons'', i checked their website of dividend payments:
    There's 2 different payments seen, 'Interim' and 'Full year'. My question is: What is the difference between the two and do both payments get received by the share holder?(Find it challenging to comprehend google definitions)

    Bonus: My teacher told me that if one invests overseas, lets say coke in the US, the dividend would be taxed. Is there a threshold for that to happen like the £5000 dividend tax or would they be taking the a percentage from my poor $0.37?

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