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A lot has been written about the Republican tax plan and just how it will affect the economy. From workers’ wages to CAPEX spending, there’s plenty of robust debate about who will benefit – if at all – from the plan. There’s no debate that one group will be the biggest winners of the new scheme.

And that’s investors.

Thanks to new lower corporate tax rates and rules on repatriating cash from overseas holdings, investors are about to get a huge windfall. Buyback and dividend activity has already risen with the tax plan just being announced. And now that it’s been passed, more and more firms are announcing upsized shareholder value initiatives. All in all, now could be the best time to be a dividend investor in all of history.

Which is better? Dividends or buybacks? Find out here.

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