Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Robinhood Dividends vs My Tracking

The total amount of dividends I received in 2020, according to Robinhood, was $222.41. My tracking on a separate spreadsheet totaled $222.17. So I either forgot to type in a dividend, or dividends, totaling $0.24, or Robinhood classified $0.24 worth of dividends differently than I did. 

I next compared my monthly tracking and compared it to Robinhood - and there are a few differences. 

MonthDivs - My TrackingRobinhood StatementDifference
January$14.65$14.75$0.10
February$15.00$15.00$0.00
March$28.51$28.52$0.01
April$13.23$13.33$0.10
May$11.43$11.43$0.00
June$32.70$32.71$0.01
July$8.76$8.76$0.00
August$12.05$12.05$0.00
September$28.90$28.91$0.01
October$8.97$8.97$0.00
November$14.04$14.05$0.01
December$33.93$33.93$0.00
Total$222.17$222.41$0.24

The one cent differences I'm not too worried about. Those could have been from a dividend that pays a half penny, like a $0.245 dividend, and it was rounded up after it processed. It could have initially shown as $0.24 and then adjusted/rounded up. 

The two months of January and April being off by $0.10 though is weird. Because they're 3 months apart, and the same amount, I'm thinking it's from the same company. I'll have to dig more into this difference tomorrow!

Signed,

Mitch

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