All You Need To Know About Freedom Checks By Matt Badiali

Matt works at Banyan Hill Publishing as a senior editor. His primary focus is on research and advises on the investment on the mining, energy, and agricultural industries. Before joining as a contributor at Banyan Hill, he worked as a geologist in a drilling firm as well as offering consulting services to an environmental company. He has obtained knowledge and expertise as a geologist in last ten years. He is passionate about helping people invest in metals, and he recently released a video outlining about as freedom checks.

Freedom Checks

As an investment expert in the mining sector, Matt Badiali strives to provide informative advice to his readers. In the video, Matt outlines that the freedom checks are much better in comparison to the government programs such as the social security, IRA or other retirement programs. Matt adds that on average the payment can be 3 or 4 times higher when compared to the average retirement payment. Furthermore, the program has no restrictions on age or income of a person for one to collect a check. For more updates, Like the page on Facebook


For a company to operate checks program, it needs to meet two conditions. Firstly, 90 percent of company’s revenue should be from oil or gas mining in U.S. Next, the company has to agree to give freedom checks amounting to $124,000-$266,000 and up to $643,000 to shareholders every year. Congress enacted Stature 26-F conditions. The freedoms check is, therefore, legitimate investment. In the US, there are over 568 companies, which have met the requirements. The firms legally issue the monthly checks to investors.


One fantastic element of the checks is that investors who receive do not pay income taxes on the payments. The pays are tax-free since they are a return of capital, not a direct income. Matt Badiali recommends investment in the oil and gas-mining industry in the U.S since in the recent times there has been a significant reduction in the petroleum products importation from the Middle East. Consequently, local production has increased to close the demand gap. The local firms are poised to record higher profits in the coming years and will pay out more than $34.6 billion as freedom checks to investors in the next one year.

Matt Badiali is a graduate of Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science in Earth Sciences. Badiali obtained a Masters in Geology from the Florida Atlantic University. He ventured in to finance while studying his doctorate at the University of North Carolina. After joining Banyan Hill in 2017, he launched Real Wealth Strategist which is a newsletter aiming to guide readers and stock traders on investment in natural resources.
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