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Why NYSE:HRB provides a good dividend, while having solid fundamentals.

By Mill Chart

Last update: Feb 8, 2024

H&R BLOCK INC (NYSE:HRB) was identified as a stock worth exploring by dividend investors by our stock screener. NYSE:HRB scores well on profitability, solvency and liquidity. At the same time it seems to pay a decent dividend. We'll explore this a bit deeper below.

Dividend Analysis for NYSE:HRB

ChartMill assigns a Dividend Rating to every stock. This score ranges from 0 to 10 and evaluates the different dividend aspects, including the yield, the growth and sustainability. NYSE:HRB scores a 7 out of 10:

  • HRB's Dividend Yield is rather good when compared to the industry average which is at 2.57. HRB pays more dividend than 96.88% of the companies in the same industry.
  • HRB has paid a dividend for at least 10 years, which is a reliable track record.
  • HRB has not decreased its dividend for at least 10 years, so it has a reliable track record of non decreasing dividend.
  • 31.96% of the earnings are spent on dividend by HRB. This is a low number and sustainable payout ratio.
  • HRB's earnings are growing more than its dividend. This makes the dividend growth sustainable.

A Closer Look at Health for NYSE:HRB

Every stock is evaluated by ChartMill, receiving a Health Rating on a scale of 0 to 10. This assessment considers different health aspects, including liquidity and solvency, both in absolute terms and relative to industry peers. NYSE:HRB has achieved a 5 out of 10:

  • HRB has an Altman-Z score of 3.48. This indicates that HRB is financially healthy and has little risk of bankruptcy at the moment.
  • HRB has a Altman-Z score of 3.48. This is in the better half of the industry: HRB outperforms 79.69% of its industry peers.
  • The Debt to FCF ratio of HRB is 2.01, which is a good value as it means it would take HRB, 2.01 years of fcf income to pay off all of its debts.
  • With an excellent Debt to FCF ratio value of 2.01, HRB belongs to the best of the industry, outperforming 81.25% of the companies in the same industry.

What does the Profitability looks like for NYSE:HRB

ChartMill utilizes a Profitability Rating to assess stocks, scoring them on a scale of 0 to 10. This rating takes into account a variety of profitability ratios and margins, both in absolute terms and in comparison to industry peers. NYSE:HRB has earned a 7 out of 10:

  • With an excellent Return On Assets value of 22.16%, HRB belongs to the best of the industry, outperforming 95.31% of the companies in the same industry.
  • The Return On Invested Capital of HRB (35.88%) is better than 96.88% of its industry peers.
  • Measured over the past 3 years, the Average Return On Invested Capital for HRB is significantly above the industry average of 14.60%.
  • The 3 year average ROIC (27.02%) for HRB is below the current ROIC(35.88%), indicating increased profibility in the last year.
  • With an excellent Profit Margin value of 16.01%, HRB belongs to the best of the industry, outperforming 93.75% of the companies in the same industry.
  • HRB's Operating Margin of 21.62% is amongst the best of the industry. HRB outperforms 89.06% of its industry peers.

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