Natural resource companies dealing exclusively in the transportation, storage, and production of oil and natural gas are taking advantage of a remarkable tax break. The break allows them to operate as a tax free institution, not only that but to qualify for the tax break allows the company the working capital of a publicly traded company. To do this they have to use what is known as master limited partnerships, or MLPs. Essentially, they are stakes in the company, bearing the tradeable functionality of a common stock. An investor purchasing such a stake trades working capital for a percentage of profit. But the profit outweighs the investment because the companies have to follow a statue requiring them to dump 90% of their revenue onto their investors. As long as they pay 90% of their profit before taxes, they will only get taxed on 10%. A remarkable investment opportunity. Matt Badiali refers to it as freedom checks.
Freedom Checks are return of capital payments made to investors who purchase stakes in natural resource companies. Matt Badiali, the man in all the freedom checks commercials, is the one informing everyone about these stakes. A master investor and geologist, Badiali is a foremost authority in the natural resource market. He personally inspects natural resource companies across the globe and provides actionable prospects for investors through his newsletters at Banyan Hill Publishing. His freedom checks videos are designed to garner interest so that people will be aware of the investment opportunity.
MLP investments are as legitimate as they come. They are available to anybody regardless of age and can be acquired for as low as ten dollars. The percentage paid out is related to the amount of money invested, and also depends on the company’s performance in the market. Payments are made on a monthly to quarterly basis and can arrive in the mail or be directly deposited into an escrow account.