$109.2 Billion in ‘Liberty Check’ Payments and More to Come

$865.

That’s the total “Liberty Check” payout for the average American household . . . in just the first three months of the year.

Of course, many people collected much, much more.

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“Liberty Checks” were issued in record numbers and record amounts in 2017. S&P 500 companies paid $419.8 billion in “Liberty Checks” to their shareholders.

The record will be broken in 2018.

S&P 500 companies paid $109.2 billion in “Liberty Checks” in the first quarter of 2018. The payments were a record for the quarter.

$460 BILLION: Liberty Check Payments in 2018

Franklin Equity Group’s analysis of this S&P data points to a rising trend. “Liberty Checks” payments should increase at least 10% this year compared to last year. If the forecast holds, S&P 500 companies will pay “liberty checks” in excess of $460 billion.

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Why the record payments?

Persistent earnings growth is a key driver. Ninety-three percent of S&P 500 companies have reported first-quarter earnings. FactSet data show that 24.5% is the blended earnings growth rate. If 24.5% holds once everyone reports, the first quarter will post the highest quarterly earnings growth since the third quarter of 2010.

As for the rest of the year, all is good. Analysts surveyed by FactSet project quarterly earnings to gallop along at a double-digit growth rate through the end of 2018.

The persistence is remarkable when considering we are nine years into the current bull market. We’re talking a marathon compared to past bull markets. Earnings growth has maintained a sprinter’s pace.

Tax reform has enabled persistently strong earnings growth. Tax reform favors earnings growth.

The top corporate income tax rate dropped to 21% from 35%. Less tax finagling and fewer tax-driven machinations are required to ensure a lower tax bill. With the lower marginal-income-tax rate, more earnings will funnel into the cash account.

More cash on hand will drive more investment – cash-generating investment. More cash on hand, and more cash flow, will drive more “liberty check” payments.

Taxes on foreign earnings are another driver. The new tax law opens the door for corporations to repatriate billions — hundreds of billions — of dollars. The dollars are stored in foreign accounts to avoid paying formerly high corporate-income taxes.

The new tax law mandates corporations pay a 15.5% tax on cash and liquid assets held outside U.S. jurisdiction. Unlike previous tax holidays, the tax must be paid whether the assets are repatriated or not.

If you must pay, why not bring the money home? A lot of money will return home. A lot will be paid as “Liberty Checks.”

The stage is set for a tsunami of liberty check payments.

With the lower marginal-income-tax rate, more earnings will funnel into the cash account. More cash on hand will drive more investment – cash-generating investment. More cash on hand, and more cash flow, will drive more “liberty check” payments.

Not all liberty check payouts are alike, though. Some checks are better than others. Some are a lot better.

Most of the “liberty checks” will be paid to yield only 3%-to-5% on investment. You can do much better.

I was given a mandate two years ago to reveal the unseen to income investors: How to earn huge income with “liberty checks.” I can show you how to collect huge “liberty checks” paying out up to $4,120!

Hiding in Plain Sight

These larger “liberty checks” hide in plain sight because they go unreported. Most financial websites neglect to report when a company will pay a “liberty check.” If the “liberty check” goes unnoticed by your information source, it will go unnoticed by you.

“Liberty checks” are worth noticing. They offer the obvious: immediate high-yield income. They can also offer much more: a profitable trade opportunity over a short time.

I’ve revealed 34 of these liberty check payments to date. Investors have collected up to $4,120 in a single check.

You can discover how to collect payouts that can offer income up to 10X the market average. You can learn how to trade the stock of Liberty Checks” issuers for triple-digit annualized returns.

Don’t delay. The time fast approaches and space is limited.

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