Most people’s first response to Matt Badiali’s Freedom Checks video is to look him up on the internet. Once done, the second response is to try and figure out what a freedom check is. According to Badiali there is a lot of profit to be had, he even shows viewers a fat check as proof. But is it proof? Or are freedom checks just another on the laundry list of scams that have come down the pike? The answer is in of itself another question. Do you know what an MLP is?
Master limited partnerships are tradeable business commodities that serve in the capacity of a stake in whatever company offers them. These stakes have no controlling interest, but require capital to purchase. Capital for those laymen’s out there is the money and investor gives to a company to spend on whatever they need. In return the investor gets a stake, much like a stock, that gives a percentage of said company. When the company makes a profit they have to turn around and give part of it to the stakeholders who gave them capital. This is known as a return of capital payment. This is what freedom checks are.
Business within the natural resource market are taking advantage of MLPs. Mostly, this because they give them a significant tax advantage. MLPs are not taxed until after they pay their stakeholders, but a tax statute requires that payout to be 90% of their revenue. This means that said company will only get taxed on 10%. It also means that the money they funnel out comes back to them in the form of more investments. Mostly, from the shareholders of the company who posses the most stakes. John Q. Investor who owns a meager four get his payout and keeps it.
Badiali’s freedom checks allow you to become that John Q. Investor. They can be had for as low as $10 bucks, and can carry a lot of profit, especially considering the rise in production of American resources. This is why Badiali’s check is so fat, and also why Freedom Checks are as legitimate as they come.
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