There are two types of master limited partnership. One is a general partnership which bears controlling interest in the company, and tasks the investor with part of the management of said company. Limited partners are just investors who purchase a stake for the percentage payout promised later. These investors have no controlling interest, they just provide working capital for the company issuing the stakes. MLPs are not used by publicly traded companies or partnerships. They are used by private companies who are granted the tax benefit or a partnership because of the tradeable quality of the stakes. As the tax benefit is sizable, many companies will sell MLPs simply to qualify for it. Round 500 natural resource companies deal in MLPs, and investor Matt Badiali has been telling people about them with his freedom checks videos.
Freedom checks are what is known as return of capital payments. The check Badiali presents in his videos is a personal check made out to a stakeholder. Such freedom checks arrive at monthly to quarterly intervals depending on the company issuing them. They match the amount of the investment made but offer investors a percentage of that company’s profits. Same basic principle as stock. Badiali calls them freedom checks because of the financial freedom they provide.
MLPs require companies to liquidate 90% of their revenue and issue it to stakeholders. This is how such companies take advantage of the tax benefit. They are only taxed on 10%. Most of the stakes are held by general partners, so a good bit of the 90% goes right back into the company. The limited partners receive a chunk of the percentage as well which can go right into their bank account. If the company does well, the percentage is nice and fat.
This is where the huge payout sums Badiali speaks of come in. Being a master of the natural resource market Badiali can read its future. His projections show huge gains for American-base natural resource companies. Gains that lead to skyrocketing profit payouts, and huge percentages for investors. So, the possibility of a $10 dollar freedom check expense bringing a 200% return are very real.
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