Matt Badiali recently stirred a significant buzz in America’s business media through his presentation of his financially enticing “freedom checks.” At a glance, freedom checks appear to be another form of government welfare due to its design being strikingly similar to a U.S Treasury check complete with a Statue of Liberty graphic. In Badiali’s advertisement, he is shown displaying a $114,287 check implying to customers that such money is merely one signature away. However, further insight will find that the Badiali made it explicitly clear that the check is not government issued. It’s not a form of a grant that is simply handed out to willing consumers but rather an investment that will possibly generate favorable returns. Follow Matt on twitter.com
According to Matt Badiali’s statements within the advertisement, 568 U.S agencies are authorized to distribute this form of money. Statue 26-F made it possible for these companies operate as a tax-free entity as long as they meet the requirements to become a designated agency. In order to meet the requirements, the company must generate 90% of its revenue from the production, processing, storage, and transportation of the United States’ natural resources, and guarantee a payout of the lucrative freedom checks to all their shareholders – many of whom are collecting up to $643,000 annually.
Freedom checks have no age or income requirements for either investing in or collecting the checks. Anyone can invest in freedom checks through their regular online brokerage account and could be traded through Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) – the exclusive group of the 568 companies that can issue freedom checks. It is possible for anyone to get started with MLPs trading today for less than $10.
Matt Badiali is currently Banyan Hill Publishing’s natural resources expert. During the last decade, he has merged his expertise in geology with his training in expanding his financial knowledge in investments. He holds a Bachelor’s in Earth Sciences from Pennsylvania State University and a Master’s in Geology from Florida Atlantic University. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-badiali-28389158