Dividends4Life: How to Collect an Indirect 12.9% Yield From the IRS

Each year, we complete the frustrating, often stressful, ritual of filing our taxes. And the worst part? It seems that every spring, “Uncle Sam” takes a bigger bite out of our income. Between each level of government, our tax bill only seems to get bigger and bigger. Thankfully, there are answers. Well, not a way to avoid taxes entirely, of course. This little known method, however, allows you to collect income from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), rather than the other way around.

For the past few years, I’ve highlighted the income potential of Government Properties Income Trust (NASDAQ:GOV). Like the name implies, this firm buys office buildings and leases them back to the government. And while it doesn’t have a big following among retail investors, institutional firms have prized this trust for a few reasons. You have one of the best renters around, first off. The IRS represents GOV’s biggest tenant by square footage. The partnership’s next-biggest renters include the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Source: Income Investors

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