September’s usually a good month for dividends and this month wasn’t any exception. Here’s my summary of the month of September.
It’s Labor Day today, a holiday dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It’s also another day closer to Financial Independence.
Kings of Leon came to our part of the world last night as part of their Mechanical Bull Tour, and we went to see them as a birthday present for Ms DL. The concert was at an open-air stage, it was a warm summer’s evening and they played a frantic number of songs in their set. Supporting bands were The Kongos and Young the Giant. It’s the first concert we’ve been to this year and there are a couple more on our watchlist this year.
I can’t believe it’s the end of June and that we’re halfway through the year already! I’m already excited to report that this month has been my highest month for dividend income since I started this journey two and a half years ago. I even beat the income from last December, usually my strongest month due to additional capital gains from some of the funds I hold.
It was back to normal income in April  now that taxes are out of the way. This month will be the baseline going forward since it’s one of the months with my lowest dividend income; so hopefully from now on, the only way is up (income) and down (expenses)!
So how did it go? Read on to find out…