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ALASKA: Permanent Fund Hits New High and its Dividend Hits New Low

The Alaska Permanent Fund (APF) has reached an all-time in a year in which Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend (PFD) will probably reach its lowest level since 1987. The PDF is Alaska’s small, variable, yearly basic income. It’s financed by the … Continue reading

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ALASKAN DIVIDEND RISES AS OIL TAX RATES FALL

The Alaskan Government announced recently that the Permanent Fund Dividend this year will be $1106.96, or $5534.80 for a family of five. Residents will receive the fund over the next two months depending on how they signed up to receive … Continue reading

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Alaska Permanent Fund hits new high

According to the Anchorage Daily News, the Alaska Permanent Fund’s (APF) value rose above $35 billion for the first time last month. The APF supports the Alaska Dividend program, which provides a cash dividend of about $1000 to every Alaska … Continue reading

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ALASKA’s DIGITAL ARCHIVES

Alaska’s Digital Archives (http://vilda.alaska.edu) presents a wealth of historical photographs, albums, oral histories, moving images, maps, documents, physical objects, and other materials from libraries, museums and archives. It includes a 72 second film clip, color with audio track of Jay … Continue reading

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Alaska Permanent Fund hits new high as politicians talk of copying it in Iraq, Wyoming, and Venezuela

The Alaska Permanent Fund has grown by 1.3 billion dollars since the start of its fiscal year in July. The fund hit a new high of $32.1 billion last month due to an increase in the value of its stock … Continue reading

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