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“Freedom Checks”: Tax And Energy Independence

There are times that an investment opportunity is right in front of an individual, but hesitation will cause the person not to act. Perhaps it is because the financial world is where many individuals try to take advantage of others and cheat them out of their money. There are also too many “gurus” that promise unobtainable returns and get people’s hopes up. Matt Badiali is the financial advisor who increased his name recognition when he stuck his neck out and promoted Freedom Checks. Most individuals dismissed them as a scam and it took a while for the investing community to do their due diligence and realize that “Freedom Checks” could offer true profit potential for investors.

Matt Badiali is a trained geologist who realized that he had a passion for finance and wanted to help ordinary people make money. His studies took him all over the world where he learned to examine an investment firsthand before making a financial decision. Once he started to dive into the world of finance, he learned about companies called “Master Limited Partnerships” and it was these specific companies that paid “Freedom Checks” to their shareholders. He discovered that the tax structure in the US allowed these companies to operate without having to pay federal income taxes. An MLP is required to pay ninety percent of their profits to their shareholders if they wish to retain this tax privilege. This is the reason why MLP distributions tend to be higher than regular dividend-paying companies.

Matt Badiali is forecasting a golden future for MLPs and investors who decide to act. Many MLPs are related to the oil and gas industry. With the push for oil independence in the US, Mr. Badiali believes that over the next several years, MLPs will see even higher profits.

Higher profits will only amount to higher distribution payments for shareholders. A shareholder also benefits by not having to pay taxes on the “Freedom Checks” they receive, meaning a higher rate of return than typical investments can deliver. MLPs trade like any other stock and there are over 500 qualifying companies for investors to choose from.