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Allmerica Financial Corporation said despite estimated Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita losses of $170 million, it is declaring a dividend payment of 25 cents a share.

The Worcester, Mass.-based insurer said it estimates its after-tax loss from Hurricane Katrina will be approximately $140 million, or $2.62 a share for the third quarter. The after-tax loss of $140 million is net of reinsurance and includes the cost of reinsurance reinstatement premiums, loss adjustment expense, as well as an estimate for the Louisiana Citizens Fair Plan assessment, the company said.

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