The board of directors of Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) has declared a regular quarterly dividend of $0.45 per common share, an increase of approximately 20% from the previous quarterly dividend of $0.375.

Year to date, this marks the twenty-seventh dividend change for the Washington Crossing Advisors Rising Dividend portfolio. All twenty-seven changes were increases. The average dividend increase was 8.25% compared with December 31, 2021 indicated levels.

For a complete list of all portfolio holdings that have, in the past 12 months, increased, decreased, or had no change in dividend, please contact your financial advisor.

From the press release: “The board of directors also declared an increase to Visa’s quarterly cash dividend to $0.45 per share of class A common stock (determined in the case of class B and C common stock and series A, B and C convertible participating preferred stock on an as-converted basis) payable on December 1, 2022, to all holders of record as of November 11, 2022.” 1

About the company: “Visa (NYSE: V) is a world leader in digital payments, facilitating payments transactions between consumers, merchants, financial institutions and government entities across more than 200 countries and territories. Our mission is to connect the world through the most innovative, convenient, reliable and secure payments network, enabling individuals, businesses and economies to thrive. We believe that economies that include everyone everywhere, uplift everyone everywhere and see access as foundational to the future of money movement. Learn more at” 1

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