What Is A 26(f) Programs Company Profile
On April 10 2017, the Department of Labor will execute a controversial plan.
It’s one that few knew was within their power.
And they’re using an obscure clause buried in Title 29 of the US Labor Code to pull it off.
CNBC warns this “will force major change” on American retirement planning.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting it “could cost American savers $80 billion.”
And time is running out to prepare for the aftermath.
Very soon, millions of retirees and future retirees could become the victims of a nationwide blackout that’s been orchestrated by the Federal government.
Caught in the crosshairs is a unique class of investments.
I call them…
They Rose to Prominence During the Great Depression, Thanks to President Roosevelt’s Team That Also Created the FDIC and Social Security.
26(f) Programs allow people to “enroll” with one small investment stake.
And they give investors the opportunity to earn aggressive monthly income combined with huge lump-sum payouts.
You can potentially:
- Get paid $2,000… $5,000… even more… every month for the rest of your life.
- Then still grab six figures in one shot.
And on top of that, there are 26(f) Programs that can operate as 100% legal tax havens.
If you haven’t heard of 26(f) Programs, don’t worry…
You aren’t alone.
However, it’s critical you find out which ones you should “enroll” in now…
Because this fast-approaching Retirement Blackout may cause you to miss out on $68,870, or more, a year.
For Decades, 26(f) Programs Have Been Used by the Wealthy to Build Huge Fortunes.
- You’ve probably heard of famed investor Peter Lynch. But when people talk about his impressive exploits, they rarely mention that he was also getting paid an estimated $3 million or more a year thanks to a 26(f) Program.
- Warren Buffet is another beneficiary in 26(f) Programs. $1.1 billion worth of his company, Berkshire Hathaway, is now owned by them.
- Sir John Templeton unlocked the secrets of 26(f) Programs as well! In fact, if you’d been able to invest alongside him, you could’ve transformed $10,000 into $2 million. And that’s by simply reinvesting the enormous earnings.
However, it’s not just the Wall Street elite who are reaping the rewards.
Politicians on Both Sides of the Aisle Also Take Advantage of 26(f) Programs.
- President Donald Trump has at least $18.6 million in them…
- Governor Mitt Romney had at least $12.8 million…
- Speaker John Boehner had over $785,000…
- President George W. Bush had $150,000…
- In his 2008 financial disclosure Vice President Dick Cheney, had $6 million in 26(f) Programs…
- And recently unearthed tax documents show President Reagan also benefited from a 26(f) Program.
But you don’t have to be a rich banker or a well-connected politician to take part in them.
Even Though Most Americans Have No Idea 26(f) Programs Exist… the Results Can Be Life-Changing!
Take Helen and Jeff Barnes of Indianapolis.
Helen is a stay-at-home mom.
Jeff is an attorney.
They’ve steadily used 26(f) Programs as an integral part of their investing strategy.
Today, in their early fifties, they are worth upwards of $2 million.
Or look at Terrence Morgan. When he posted his story online, I knew I had to share it.
Terrence lives in Maryland. He’s worked office jobs ever since college, putting just a small part of each paycheck toward 26(f) Programs.
As he tells it, they’ve helped him achieve a net worth of “slightly over $2 million.” And in about a year he’ll be living “mortgage-free in my house that’s probably worth about $700,000.”
Namit Singh was born in India. After immigrating to the United States, he became a physical therapist.
He also discovered a 26(f) Program and incorporated it into his retirement plan.
And what a lucky break that turned out to be…
Because he received a lump-sum payment of $439,672.
But that’s not even the most exciting part.
Namit will also be collecting monthly income for the rest of his life, bringing his total haul up to an estimated – get this – $5.3 million!
Interestingly enough, 26(f)s aren’t government-run retirement programs.
They aren’t traditional programs in any sense.
Even better, they aren’t even limited to retirees.
Americans over the age of 18 can capitalize on them.
So What Are 26(f) Programs?
How Do They Work? And How Can You Take Advantage of Them?
Ahead, I’m going to give you all the details.
You’re going to see it’s really easy.
Some only require you fill out a simple application form with your investment.
Others, it can be done with a few mouse clicks.
You can use your 401(k) or IRA.
You can use any money you have lying around.
I recommend you use whatever you can to take advantage of 26(f) Programs.
You Could Have Made $68,870 by “Enrolling” in Just One 26(f) Program Last Year.
But as you’re about to see, you could make much, much more, too.
Plus most of these investments allow you to customize them to disperse cash every month.
These returns can be much bigger than your Social Security checks.
$5,000… $10,000… $50,000… $100,000… every month.
Look at Darrow Kline.
He quit his job as an engineer at the age of 50. Darrow had your usual retirement investments and savings plan. But he was also using 26(f) Programs to supercharge his income.
He’s now retired and living comfortably on $6,000 a month.
Roy Nair used to work for a natural gas distributor in Missouri.
But today, he’s retired a millionaire.
Like Darrow, Roy had his savings and a diversified investment portfolio.
He also went BIG on 26(f) Programs.
But he didn’t have to invest BIG to do so.
He was only kicking in $300 a month.
Yet it was key to his now seven-figure net worth.
And the income he’s receiving from 26(f) Programs has helped give him complete financial freedom.
Roy likes to live frugally, so he only needs about $50,000 a year.
But he also likes to splurge on at least four trips a year to places like Chile and Jamaica.
These People Are All Living Their Dreams…
Yet, Come April 10, 2017, the Department of Labor Is Going to Make it Very Hard For Others to Join Them.
This is when the Federal government will implement their retirement blackout.
And there’s no way to stop it.
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