Business development companies, or BDCs, typically have high dividend yields, as they are required to distribute nearly all of their earnings to shareholders. BDCs receive favorable tax treatment, and, in return, they aren’t allowed to retain earnings in the same way other companies are.
As a result, dividend yields in the sector are usually above 7%. This article will discuss three BDCs with high dividend yields, which could be attractive for income investors.
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