Real Wealth Strategist is an investment advice column published by Banyan Hill Publishing Company. It is written by financial expert Matt Badiali. Matt Badiali did not begin his career in the finance industry but was instead a trained scientist. He first transitioned into the industry of finance at the behest of a financial expert who had contacted him as he was working towards his Ph.D. and teaching classes at the University of North Carolina geology. This financial expert was in the process of creating a team of experts who would assist him in creating custom-made investment advice about the natural resource markets. He realized that he would need a trained geologist in order to maximize the potential of his team and offered Matt Badiali a position as part of his project.
Upon receiving the offer, Matt Badiali immediately joined in over the last ten years has been working in the finance industry as an expert on natural resources. In this time he has had the opportunity to travel and see firsthand business operations in a number of industries in the natural resource markets. It was during research for the oil and gas industries Matt Badiali first learned of Statute 26-F a piece of legislation first passed by Congress in the 1980s in an effort to help give financial incentive to companies who would make America more energy independent. The statute gave special tax privileges to Master Limited Partnerships. Read this article at Affiliate Dork.
A Master Limited Partnership is a corporation who meets the specifications set in Statute 26-F. In order to be considered a Master Limited Partnership, a corporation must generate 90% of its revenue from the processing, distribution, storage, and production of oil and natural gas domestically within the borders of the United States of America. In addition to the requirements regarding a corporation’s source of income, the corporation must also pay out portions of its revenue to shareholders on either a monthly or quarterly basis. It is this periodic distribution of revenues that Matt Badiali is referring to whenever he speaks of Freedom Checks in his viral video. The income that is generated from Freedom Checks is not treated as personal income but rather as a return of capital. As a result, the income is only taxed at the capital gains rate of tax which is substantially lower than the personal income tax rate. This means that Freedom Checks are an incredible opportunity for the investor wishes to generate regular income without increasing the personal income tax liability. Check: http://www.agoranews.com/posts/pTQvXd7aMYrovWx7Y/matt-badiali-s-freedom-checks-exposed