There’s a fair amount of confusion out there in regards to Freedom Checks and Trump Bonus Checks. Some people think they are the same type of investment but the truth is that is not the case at all. Freedom Checks is a marketing term for a legitimate investment opportunity that has been around since the 1980s. Trump Bonus Checks are a scam that recently popped up. Here are the differences.The marketing for Trump Bonus Checks is that President Trump signed legislation to give hardworking Americans amazing amounts of money for…being American? Why the federal government would be doing this isn’t part of the business marketing, actually. Supposedly people are getting anywhere from around $4300 a month to $8200.
The claim is the largest corporations are now giving away money due to this legislation and all you need to do is pay $99 a year for a newsletter that tells you which companies these are. The truth is there was no legislation, Trump isn’t remotely interested in giving regular people monthly checks, and the backer of Trump Bonus Checks just wants to sell subscriptions to his newsletter.So, what about Freedom Checks? It’s a term for the dividends that Master Limited Partnerships pay out. There are 568 businesses that meet a statute called 26-F, passed by Congress in 1987. The point of this legislation was to encourage oil and gas companies to drill in America, reducing the nation’s reliance on Middle East oil.
Some expert investment analysts have dismissed them just as they did Trump Bonus Checks. They didn’t understand that some oil and gas firms really do issue Freedom Checks on a quarterly basis. MLPs are required by law to pay all of their profits out to the people that own their shares. This can be very lucrative as some investors are collecting as much as $124,000 a year to even $643,000 depending on how much they invested.So, these two things aren’t the same thing at all. The backer of Trump Bonus Checks just interested in selling his junk financial newsletter while Freedom Checks are a great investment way to bring in additional money.