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Spectra Systems Corporation LSE:SPSY London Ordinary Share COM SHS USD0.01 (UNRES)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 153.50 147.00 160.00 153.50 153.50 153.50 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 10.7 4.0 8.0 19.3 68

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/7/2021
17:07
I'm with Redmayne and I always get paid on pay date (or day after) and always have only 15pct tax withheld.All very efficient
nico115
06/7/2021
15:05
nico115 if you don't mind me asking as a substantial SPSY investor like myself which brokers(s) do you use and what is there policy regarding implementing the dreaded US withholding tax? I used to frequent the Sparrow Hawk Hostelry on a Sunday night with my friends during my misspent youth in the 60's. Although for the last 20+ years we have resided with the 'Good Country' folk and 'Yokels' in Norfolk. No prized for guessing which category of social class that I fall into Cheers IE
investoree
06/7/2021
13:17
All good !!
nico115
06/7/2021
13:08
Dividends have just been credited to Youinvest account - no tax within SIPP, 15% with ISA
junior21
06/7/2021
12:19
nico, Having a nice day?
shanklin
06/7/2021
12:17
What utter nonsense. !!
nico115
06/7/2021
11:35
And to HL who were on time
shanklin
06/7/2021
10:20
Gold star then to II who paid me my divi on 25 June!!!!
jaf111
06/7/2021
09:52
Stocktrade have told me that a cheque was received by them on 28th June and until it is cleared I won't be credited with the dividend. And that it can take up to 6 weeks. Hard to believe in this century !!
harrogate
06/7/2021
09:39
Still no dividend in my AJBell account which even by their low standards is very poor indeed.
fozzie
06/7/2021
09:15
Hold the front page , I see blue!DbD :-) I hold
death by donut
06/7/2021
09:12
Investoree, you are doing good work in trying to get to the bottom of this and posting your findings. I came to a similar conclusion and sold my shares held within iWeb, repurchasing them in a different broker account. I combined this action with some amateur trading based on Nabil's recent Mello appearance, which worked out for me as well as trading usually does - not very [to be fair, I did for once make a tiny profit]. The fact that iWeb are able to simply declare "For UK listed shares paying US sourced dividends a 30% Withholding Tax rate is applied even if you have a W-8BEN form in place." seems really off. Obviously, I will not be purchasing any further US-listed shares in that account.
spann_703
06/7/2021
08:55
Received 2 Emails from X-O (Jarvis) yesterday informing me that 2 new valuations were available in my SIPP and Nominee accounts, code for Dividend Payments. It also said please allow some time for this to appear in your accounts. Have now telephoned them and been told that the cash hadn't arrived yet and that when it did it would show in my account. Why don't they send a message when the cash in in our accounts, instead of when its simply on its way - which can clearly take a long time. I also had some lengthy conversations with other departments and have been assured that the dividends paid into my SIPP will be free of US withholding tax and the dividends in my Nominee account will have 15% US tax deducted. Provided that what has been claimed is true and the dividend payments eventually arrive in my X-O accounts at the rates stated I will probably transfer my other Nominee SPSY shareholdings to them and then bizarrely sell my SPSY shareholdings in my various ISA's and then repurchase them within my X-O nominee account using cash from elsewhere. Effectively the opposite of Bed and Breakfasting into an ISA, sheer madness the complexity of the different taxation systems. No wonder the likes of Apple, Amazon, Microsoft et al get away without paying any tax! I have drawn the plight of UK Private Investors in respect of the debacle of the discrepancies in how US withholding tax is implemented within different brokerage accounts to various embers of the SPSY board and will post a summary of any response received from them. IE
investoree
05/7/2021
15:37
Same: emailed AJB customer services, said they were sorry and it should appear shortly
nick_dunton
02/7/2021
12:14
@Gnome3 yes caught up except I changed move to X-O instead. My account is still split across Eqi and X-O with shares sitting in both at moment ie account not moved fully yet. Spectra dividend will take ages too if it ever appears automatically. May have to chase it.
fegger
02/7/2021
10:49
Nothing yet in my AJ Bell /Youinvest SIPP. Anyone else get their dividend yet with the same account?
boonkoh
02/7/2021
10:04
SPSY divi: HL SIPP 6.764p, HL ISA 5.750p per share. Daylight robbery by some brokers to only pay out 4 point something p. Not often HL looks attractive these days... The divi is obviously really tax inefficient for many UK PI holders (including me in the ISA) - personally I'd be happy with zero divi and more buybacks instead (timed to when the board believes it is good value), but that's just me...
vprt
02/7/2021
09:57
IG paid out in record time this year, although still on autopilot deducting 30% instead of 15% with a W8-BEN in place. Only the 3rd year on the trot they've got it wrong!
argylerich
02/7/2021
09:05
Has anybody else been caught up in the sale of EQI to Interactive Investors? The transfer to ii took place on the weekend of 26th June, before the dividend had landed. Now having to complete a new W-8BEN and hope for the best. No sign of the dividend yet in ii.
gnome3
02/7/2021
08:27
Investoree - I raised a complaint case against IWeb two years ago about their treatment of Spectra dividends. They were withholding 30% for Isa customers and 15% for Sipp customers, which was clearly wrong. After a three month investigation they wrote to all customers who receive US paid dividends and said that they would pay out at the correct rate including going back in time to previous dividend payments but that going forward they would be withholding the full 30% tax and that if you didn’t like it that you should sell affected shares and move on, or words to that effect. AJBell are just awfully slow to pay dividends. They wait until they have been paid by the registrar and the funds have cleared in their accounts before paying their customers. They will not budge on this, I have tried. Again just accept it or move on. Edit: IWeb div just landed at the same rate as you Investoree.
fozzie
02/7/2021
08:16
Nothing from IWeb and nothing from AJBell.
fozzie
02/7/2021
08:11
What better share pays 5pct while you wait for polymer substrate contracts which will propel profits from 15m bucks per annum to 25m per annum in 2024 and 2025If we aren't 10 pounds plus in 2025 I may walk naked around MILL HILL (barring a take over ) Simple madness
nico115
01/7/2021
20:01
Apols IG has been paid, but the contract notes being issued in excel format is not easy to follow. It seems they withold 15% tax Just HSBC outstanding, who in the past have deducted 30% and refuse to budge despite my complaints and to the FCA HSBC may well be losing a customer of 22 years.
pj 1
01/7/2021
19:15
The dividend payment for SPSY has now just appeared in my IWEB ISA and has been paid after tax at the rate of 4.655 pence per share and at the same rate within my Nominee Account. The dividend rate per share paid into my IG ISA and Nominee Accounts are at the rate of 4.76725 pence per share. My X-O (Jarvis Accounts) SIPP account dividend for SPSY has yet to appear in my account. My SPSY Nominee holding was purchased ex-dividend so until the next dividend payment in 2022 I do not know at what rate per SPSY share will be paid. The vagaries and complexities in understanding how the administration of the stock market, varies with different classes of share, especially those on the AIM index which seems to become ever more confusing by the day. May I enquire at what rate the dividend payment per share for their SPSY shares are other PI's receiving. It would also be helpful if you could list what brokers your shares are held with to help me formulate what possible action/complaint mechanism I may be able to pursue to get the this uneven playing field levelled off. Cheers IE
investoree
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