You Missed Claiming Your $1,060 Liberty Check. Now What?

The deadline came and went. You had until 4 p.m. EST on Feb. 21 to claim the latest liberty check – a $1,060 liberty check.liberty checks

Unfortunately, Feb. 21 is gone. The opportunity to claim your $1,060 liberty check is gone as well.

Never miss an opportunity to claim 10X more income.

But let’s not fret too much. We have a reason to remain positive.

New opportunities to claim new liberty checks are sure to arise. What’s more, the odds favor that you’ll be presented with opportunities to claim even larger liberty checks.

How do I know?

Experience.

I have shown investors (most like you) how to claim 50 different liberty checks since June 2016.

Investors who acted on my recommendations could have claimed $18,080 worth of liberty checks in 2016. Another $17,760 in liberty checks were for the taking in 2017.

2018 proved to be a banner year. Investors could have claimed $19,280 in liberty checks last year.

There is no standard size. Some liberty checks were smaller than the aforementioned $1,060 liberty check. Many, on the other hand, were larger… much larger.

Investors could have claimed single liberty checks of $2,800 and $3,330.

They could have claimed more.

The mother-lode of liberty checks occurred in October 2017. Investors could have claimed a $4,120 liberty check.

The average is worth heeding. Investors following my recommendation from day one could have claimed a $1,169 liberty-check on average every 20 days over the past two-and-a-half years.

These liberty checks have offered income yields 6X the dividend yield of the average blue-chip dividend stock. Many offered income yields 10X the dividend yield of the average blue-chip dividend stock.

2018 was a banner year for liberty checks. I expect 2019 to do 2018 one better.

Two changes in the U.S. tax laws that were implemented in 2018 all but guarantee it.

A one-time reparation tax is one change. Reduced corporate income tax rates is the other.

U.S. corporations are required to pay an 8%-to-15.5% tax on accumulated foreign earnings. The tax must be paid whether the earnings remain outside the United States or are repatriated.

At the same time, U.S. corporate income tax rates were lowered to 21% from 35%. Lower corporate income tax rates ensure more foreign earnings will return to the home base.

U.S. corporations had accumulated a Mount Everest-sized pile of earnings outside of U.S. borders. The pile exceeded $3.1 trillion to start 2018. U.S. corporations had already repatriated $650 billion in foreign earning by the end of 2018. More earnings will be repatriated.

This presents a problem.

Many U.S. corporations are already awash in excess earnings. Their balance sheets overflow with liquidity.

Many will drain the excess by issuing liberty checks. Many already have.

I’ve passed along seven liberty-check opportunities over the past three months. Investors had the opportunity to claim checks of $540 to $2,050. Two new liberty-check opportunities were presented over the past three weeks (including the recently expired $1,060).

Now, it’s your turn. You missed the last liberty check. Don’t miss the next.

Add your name to our list so that you can collect your first high-yield liberty check.

Don’t delay. The opportunity to claim a new liberty check arises every 20 days on average.

But that’s the average.

The next opportunity to claim the next liberty check could arise next hour, next day, or next week. It could arise to present another claim on a $1,060 liberty check.

It could also arise to present a claim on a much larger liberty check.

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