6 ASX 200 shares with ex-dividend dates next week

There are six ASX 200 shares that will cut off dividend eligibility next week.

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Our series on the latest ASX 200 shares that have upcoming dividend payments to make to their shareholders continues this Friday. Reporting season is now pretty much behind us, but there are still a few ASX 200 income shares that are set to fork out shareholder payments over the coming weeks. With that in mind, it's time to take stock of the ASX 200 dividend shares that will trade ex-dividend next week.

Remember, when a dividend stock trades ex-dividend, it cuts off new investors from receiving the company's latest payment. So if you wish to bank the latest dividend from any of these six shares, you have to own them before the company's nominated date.

If you buy the shares after or even on this ex-dividend date, you'll miss out this time, and have to wait until the company's next dividend is declared.

So here are the six ASX 200 dividend stocks that are scheduled to trade 'ex-div' next week, as well as their expected payouts:

Six ASX 200 income stocks set to trade ex-dividend next week

per share
HUB24 Ltd (ASX: HUB) NZ 19 cents (fully franked) 18 March 16 April 0.91%
Chorus Ltd (ASX: CNU) 15.2 cents 18 March 16 April 4.55%
Credit Corp Group Ltd (ASX: CCP) 15 cents (fully franked) 19 March 29 March 3.35%
Seek Ltd (ASX: SEK) 19 cents (fully franked) 19 March 3 April 1.60%
Kelsian Group Ltd (ASX: KLS) 8 cents (fully franked) 20 March 17 April 2.92%
Cochlear Ltd (ASX: COH) $2.00 (70% franked) 21 March 15 April 1.11%

 *Dividend yield as at Thursday's close

Foolish takeaway

It's certainly going to be a quieter week for dividend investors next week, with no major blue chip shares on our list.

With the exception of Chorus (and perhaps Credit Corp), most of these shares also have rather small upcoming dividend payments relative to their share prices, so we shouldn't see too many dramatic share price moves when these shares do trade ex-dividend.

But even so, shareholders of these companies can now look forward to receiving their imminent paycheques.

Motley Fool contributor Sebastian Bowen 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 recommended Cochlear, Hub24, 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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