Dividend could be biggest in years
Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. CEO says this yearís checks could be $1,100, largest since 2003; payout peaked at $1,964 in 2000
The Associated Press
Alaskans could be getting the biggest permanent fund dividend in years this fall.
Thatís because the Alaska Permanent Fund reported a record $2.7 billion profit for the 12 months that ended June 30. Managers of the state oil-wealth savings account also said dividends over the next few years are lik....
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Dividends peaked in 2000
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