Freedom Checks: Oil and Gas Profits

Since the new tax plan has passed, Freedom checks are now about to be paid out. Many companies are positioning themselves and getting ready for a windfall due to tax breaks under the tax plan. It is expected that investors will reap $34.6 billion in payouts within the next month. For those who have invested, they must meet the requirements and do so before July 1 if they want to receive a check. Your check amount will fall on how much you invested. To make it clear, Freedom checks are the benefits to investors who have placed their money within oil and gas companies. These organizations have generated nearly 90 percent of revenue from this category which qualifies them to disperse Freedom checks to all shareholders.

Matt Badiali, known as an expert in the financial industry and geology field, has provided a video presentation explaining all the benefits that come with receiving a Freedom check. There is no income or age requirement to get one. As long as an investor has positioned themselves before July 1st, they can expect a disbursement in the next month. Badiali has said many times that since the tax plan has passed Freedom checks will probably be the biggest investment grab that we have seen. This is why thousands are lining up to get their share. One example is Bill Watson who lives in Madison Wisconsin. He is ready to check his mailbox and collect $28,800 in Freedom checks. Then there’s Sarah out of Sacramento California who’s looking for her cash that amounts to well over $60,000. It doesn’t stop there as Stanley in Chicago will taking a massive windfall of a big check worth $285,000.

Investors have the opportunity to invest through Master Limited Partnerships in which Badiali helps them along the way. These MLPs are responsible for dispersing these checks often times on a monthly and quarterly basis. They are coming directly from oil and gas companies who regularly processed and transfer natural resources and make a profit from it. Those revenues are then transferred to investors without being taxed first.