Matt Badiali’s Freedom Checks Totally Legitimate!

If you have watched Matt Badiali’s viral video about freedom checks, there is no doubting the fact that ‘freedom checks’ are a legitimate investment. The basic about freedom checks, is to understand what MLPs are or ‘master limited partnerships’, and how they work?

About Matt Badiali

Badiali is a geologist. In 1992 he received a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State University in Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences. Later In 2000 a Master’s degree in Geology/Earth Sciences from Florida Atlantic University. And finally in 2005, at the University of Carolina at Chapel Hill. Matt Badiali earned his Ph.D. in Sedimentary Geology.

With his specialization, Matt Badiali has been all over the world. Where he was able to gather geological data on mines and oil wells and interview the CEOs.

MLPs or ‘master limited partnerships’

Matt Badiali found MLPs while working on a project for a renowned financial expert, an exclusive group of 568 companies. These companies produce, process, store, and transport oil and gas in the U.S. These are where the freedom checks come from.

These companies distribute freedom checks to their investors, either monthly or quarterly the payments are known as MLPs. Payments from MLPs are valued as ‘return of capital’ and not income, similar to stock dividends. These payments are what Matt Badiali calls freedom checks.

Buying of shares in an MLP is quite easy like buying shares at Google or Apple stock. Upon your choice, your freedom check can be deposited to your brokerage account directly or mailed to you. Circumstanced to sell, you will solely be taxed at the capital gains rate, which is cheaper than the income tax rate. With some of the MLPs trading for as low as $10, anyone can get started today, even with a modest amount of money.

Matt Badiali’s freedom checks do pay out quite well as compared to other conservative investments.

More about Matt Badiali’s Freedom Checks

These types of investments were enacted by Congress in 1987 under a statute called 26-F. And yes, Matt Badiali’s 568 companies meet the requirements and are legally entitled to issue freedom checks.

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