6 ASX 200 shares with ex-dividend dates in the next week

Dividends are about to be headed to shareholders of all of these stocks.

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Key points

  • A number of ASX 200 shares are about to go ex-dividend
  • Carsales has just gone ex-dividend, meaning new investors won’t receive the dividend
  • A number of others, like Cochlear, SEEK and Reece, will go ex-dividend over the next few days

Last month was reporting season. Now it's ex-dividend time for numerous S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) shares over the next week.

Going ex-dividend means that investors that buy shares on the ex-dividend date aren't entitled to that recently-declared dividend.

So, if investors are interested in getting the dividend then they need to invest before that date.

With that in mind, let's have a look at some of those incoming ex-dividend dates.

Carsales.Com Ltd (ASX: CAR)

Last month the automobile classifieds business announced that it would pay a dividend of 28.5 cents per share.

The ex-dividend date for this dividend is 17 March 2023, meaning today. Investors will need to wait another six months for the next dividend from this ASX 200 share.

The payment date for this dividend is 18 April 2023.

Credit Corp Group Limited (ASX: CCP)

In February, the debt-collecting business revealed that it was going to pay a dividend per share of 23 cents.

The ex-dividend date is 21 March 2023, which is next Tuesday. That means that investors have until 20 March 2023 to buy shares.

The payment date for this dividend is 31 March 2023.

Cochlear Limited (ASX: COH)

In mid-February, Cochlear reported that its latest interim dividend was $1.55 per share.

The ex-dividend date for the upcoming dividend is 21 March 2023 as well, which is next Tuesday. Investors have until 20 March 2023 to buy stock of this ASX 200 share as well.

Cochlear's interim dividend will be paid on 14 April 2023.

Hub24 Ltd (ASX: HUB)

The financial technology business decided to bump up its dividend to 14 cents per share.

Hub24's ex-dividend date is 20 March 2023, which is Monday. That means investors only have today to snap up shares if they want to receive that dividend.

The ASX 200 share is going to pay its dividend on 18 April 2023.

Reece Ltd (ASX: REH)

Bathroom supplier Reece announced that its interim dividend was going to be 8 cents per share.

Reece's ex-dividend date is 21 March 2023, which is Tuesday. Investors will have up to the end of trading on 20 March 2023 to invest in this ASX 200 share if they want the dividend.

The payment date for the ASX 200 share's dividend is 5 April 2023.

SEEK Limited (ASX: SEK)

Employment website operator SEEK is planning to pay a dividend of 24 cents per share.

SEEK's ex-dividend date is 22 March 2023, which is next Wednesday. That means investors have until 21 March 2023 to invest if they want to receive the dividend.

The ASX 200 share's payment date is 5 April 2023.

Motley Fool contributor Tristan Harrison has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia's parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. has positions in and has recommended Cochlear and Hub24. The Motley Fool Australia has positions in and has recommended Hub24. The Motley Fool Australia has recommended Carsales.com, Cochlear, and Seek. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Scott Phillips.

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