Matt Badiali: Freedom Checks And the Investment Potential They Present
If you have paid attention to the headlines that have been presenting themselves on investment advice columns around the world that you may already have been made aware of the new and exciting investment opportunity that has been promoted by Matt Badiali. This investment opportunity is being referred to as Freedom Checks. It is okay if you are a little skeptical whenever you first hear about this opportunity. It is normal to question whether or not the opportunity is valid or if you are simply being sold an idea by an unscrupulous individual. Read more about Matt Badiali at Talk Markets.
While the term Freedom Checks is an original invention of Matt Badiali himself the investment that he is referring to is very real and profitable indeed. Freedom Checks are simply the cash that is returned to investors who have purchased shares in corporations that operate in the oil and gas industry in the United States of America. These corporations have managed to qualify for a special tax classification that is called master limited partnership. If a corporation is able to qualify as a master limited partnership, then they have zero tax liability and pay zero in taxes. There are obviously huge incentives for a corporation to make these qualifications in order to reduce their tax burden.
The existence of a master limited partnership was created in the 1980s by an act of Congress. The act Congress that was passed is referred to as Statute 26-F. The statute specified that if an organization was able to provide proof that 90% of their income was generated from the creation, refining, stockpiling, and transportation of oil and natural gas domestically within the borders of the United States of America than they could qualify to operate as a master limited partnership. However, if a corporation was able to qualify as a master limited partnership, then they must also pay out a portion of their revenues to their shareholders periodically in a manner that is analogous to dividends in the traditional stock market. Learn more about Matt on Inspirery.com.
There is one more thing about Freedom Checks that is important to understand. The income that you received from these checks is not treated as personal income. This is important because whenever you are doing your taxes, your liability on your personal income will not increase. Instead, Freedom Checks are treated as a return of capital. Any income that is treated as a return of capital is only subject to the much lower capital gains rate of tax.
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— Matt Badiali (@MattBadialiGuru) May 23, 2018