The Reveal of Matt Badiali’s Freedom Checks

In a Banyan Hill article, Matt Badiali finally makes a revelation on freedom checks. Thousands of people have watched his video, an ad about Freedom checks. In the ad, he doesn’t reveal what these checks exactly are. The reason he gives for not making this revelation is that many viewers would lose interest. So, they wouldn’t sign up for his newsletter, Real Wealth Strategist. It is a good thing to know everything about those checks before you attempt to sign in.

The first question that hits you after watching the video is whether freedom checks are a scam or not. They aren’t, as Matt isn’t. First of all, freedom checks are not federal checks. They are private. They are payments that come from MLPs (Master Limited Companies).

Master Limited Partnerships have a unique tax structure. They have the ability to pass through almost 90% of their income to the investors. This favorable structure has fueled the energy sector in the US. It has made America a more free state. It is able to pay out returns. This helps Americans get financial freedom. There are about 560 such MLPs that will make payouts of over $34.6 billion next year. These MLPs are usually at the front row of campaigning for energy independence. The reason behind this is that to qualify as an MLP, 90% of a company’s income should come from natural resources. These MLPs explore, produce, and transport gas and oil. These companies explore new gas and oil mines. They transport them via pipeline and carry out refining. Read more about Freedom Checks at

Why You Should Invest in MLPs

MLPs are not allowed to pay corporate taxes. This allows retaining more money to cater for investors’ payments. The high cash payments will always attract investors looking for income. Also, MLPs are often considered low-risk investments. This is because they are in industries like refining that are slow-growth in nature. They thus can earn from contracts that are long-term. This will ensure MLPs make consistent payouts to its investors. They are also unaffected by fluctuations unlike in the gas and oil sector.

Monthly and Quarterly Distributions

These distributions bear a similarity to traditional stock dividends. The only difference is that they get treated as a return of capital instead of income. An investor won’t has to pay income taxes for them. In case an investor sells his MLP investment, the profit gets taxed at the lower capital gains rate. Read more:



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