new money preferred


Any preferred stock that was issued after October 1, 1942, which marked the day that the dividends received by corporate investors on preferred stock was raised to 85%. Certain tax breaks are given to corporate investors that hold new money preferred, such as the ability to omit a certain percentage of stock dividends from taxation.
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