Freedom Checks: The Secret to Early Retirement!

Majority of American citizens set aside a percentage of their paychecks to save for retirement. The 401 (k) account is among the most widely used retirement plan, and most people amass enough funds for survival during their retirement. However, the 401 (k) accounts are not always enough to ensure such wealth, and the citizens turn to Social Security to make up the difference. People who look forward to retiring without foregoing their lifestyles need to invest in opportunities with exceptional rewards.Matt Badiali, an investment guru and senior analyst at Banyan Hill recently founded an investment plan to aid American investors to grow their fortune. The companies that deal with the issuing of freedom checks gain high investment returns because they are exempted from taxation.

Investors collect checks from the government agencies regularly as a reward for putting their capital to good use. Investors who take advantage of the profitable investment opportunity can retire earlier and enjoy greater fortunes. An investor looking forward to earning through freedom checks has to invest initially. The funds invested are used by the partner companies to pay employees, purchase equipment and market the natural products such as oil and gas.Freedom Checks are legal, and they operate in conformance to the statute 26-F approved by Congress in 1987. Congress passed the law to exempt taxes to companies that generate 90% of their income in transporting, storage, production, and processing of American natural resources. Besides, companies have to make payments to their stakeholders through freedom checks.

Tax exemption by the federal government is almost non-existent in the United States and some companies even go ahead to offer tax incentives for companies to transfer to their jurisdiction.The tax code in the constitution thus provides an above average rate of return by legally shielding the investment companies from paying the federal taxes. Companies have to be organized as Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) for them to qualify under the statute 26-F. The MLPs can be traded publicly and have been legal since 1981. A meager investment of $10 is enough to purchase an MLP share. Unlike the quick money making scams, investors watch their money grow as the years go by, due to the high rate of return.

Betsy Devos

At a recent gathering of the Conservative Political Action Conference, newly-appointed Education Secretary Betsy DeVos discussed her new position and the goals she intends to achieve during her tenure.

 

DeVos, a former Michigan Republican Party chairwoman, was touted for her current position for her stance of educational issues within her state. A champion of charter schools and school choice, DeVos has worked diligently to make charter schools a more viable option for children in her state.

 

She, along with her husband, Amway heir, Dick DeVos, have used their massive fortunes to wield legislation in their direction. Her stance has not been without criticism. DeVos, however, looks as it as a challenge. She knows you can’t please everyone, and she has no desire to try.

 

While DeVos may seem polite and plainspoken, the people who know her best will tell you she’s no shrinking violet. DeVos is a fighter. She’s proved her worth in Michigan, as she fought for years to change the educational system. She also helped her husband in his unsuccessful bid to unseat former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm.

 

DeVos grew up in Holland, Michigan. She is the daughter of billionaire industrialist Edgar Prince. Her father was also heavily involved in Michigan politics and was a major backer of causes he supported.

 

But despite her work in Michigan, critics say DeVos has much to learn about public schools. One of the main knocks against her is her lack of connection with plain, ordinary Americans. People complain that she knows nothing about federal financial aid, work study, or other programs that most families need to help children pay for college.

 

American Federation of Teachers President Randy Weingarten says DeVos is intent on destroying public schools. “It is her mission to divert as much money as she can from public schools and put it into the coffers of private schools,” said an unnamed source.

 

DeVos says her job is to make sure all people are educated regardless of socioeconomic background. While many of her critics are not convinced, they say they are willing to give her a chance. Weingarten has already accepted an invitation to tour D.C. area schools with Weingarten.

 

Former Michigan operative Greg Mcnally says that people have a tendency to underestimate her. “She is sharp and focused on what she wants.” Opposition only emboldens her.

 

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