Does the government owe you an extra $1,003 a month?

Boring, Predictable, No-Surprises Strategy Safely Generates $67,548Last year, a little-known loophole allowed a small group of regular Americans collect over $122,366,000 in bonus government cash. And you can join them. It doesn’t matter how old you are, your relationship status, or even how much money you make. There’s simply no way you can be denied from taking part in this plan, too. I’ll show you how here.


Stocks in the Crosshairs

There’s no greater rush than successfully identifying a takeover target.

First, there’s the handsome premium you stand to collect once the transaction is consummated. Then there’s the fact that your approach to stock selection has been validated.

Of course, at Utility Forecaster, we focus on a company’s dividend, not its takeover potential. But while the dividend is paramount, we can’t ignore when the business, growth, and value of one of our stocks aligns with another.

After all, over the past two years there’s been a major waver of mergers and acquisitions in the utilities sector. And this trend has made Utility Forecaster subscribers a lot of money, with takeover premiums as high as 45.6%.

One of the biggest takeover trends has come courtesy of our neighbors to the north. With last week’s announcement that Canadian utility Hydro One Ltd. (TSX: H, OTC: HRNNF) has agreed to acquire Avista Corp. (NYSE: AVA) for $5.2 billion, four of the five Canadian utility giants have now made a play for U.S. utilities.

In Sunday’s Income Without Borders, I’ll tell you about the one Canadian utility that has yet to make its move, as well as how we identify the companies that could be in its crosshairs.

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Obscure Tax Law Forces This Company to Pay Out 90% of its Profits

A 50-year-old loophole is forcing one company to pay out $9 of every $10 it makes from ironclad contracts with the U.S. Government.

In fact, over the past seven years, it’s made payments ranging from a few dollars… to tens of thousands of dollars… 30 times. Without a single cut! 

Most folks don’t even know this company exists, but the ones that do are making a mint.

Like Ted B., who’s set to receive a check for $1,096 just a few days from now.

Merrill H., a 58-year-old from New York, has collected over $3,385 so far. 

And retirees Beth and Terry P. have raked in $16,555.

I’ve put together a special report that will give you all the details, including simple instructions on how to get your name on the payout list before the next cutoff date.

You can get your copy here.

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