Ted Bauman’s Tips on How to Safeguard Your Assets

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Ted Bauman a famous writer and expert in asset protection recently gave out a few tips on how to safeguard their assets. One of them was that people should invest in safes at home. According to him, safes can go a long way in ensuring that one’s valuables are protected at all times. Another critical thing Ted advises is the use of a safety deposit box at the bank. He says that keeping liquid assets at the bank is more secure than keeping them at home. This applies whether one is using a local or foreign bank. Lastly, Ted strongly advises people to make use of independent vaults to store their valuables since they are a secure and great way to protect assets.

About Ted Bauman

Ted Bauman is the editor to the Bauman letter, Plan B Club and Alpha Stock Alert at the Banyan Hill Publishing. Ted specializes in asset protection, low-risk investment strategies, and international migration issues. Ted was born in Washington DC, U.S but later on, moved to Maryland’s eastern shore where he spent his childhood years. Later on, Mr. Bauman immigrated to South Africa. It was while he was there that he attended the University of Cape Town and studied Economics and History. Upon completing his studies, Ted joined the South African corporate world and worked with numerous firms for over 25 years.

Ted Bauman once worked as a fund manager for low-cost housing projects while he was in South Africa. One of the most notable moves Ted made while there was taking part in the founding of Slum Dwellers International. Slum Dwellers International has carried out operations in over 30 countries and changed millions of lives.

In the 2000s, Ted Bauman worked as a consultant and a writer on finance, housing, and urban planning. He worked with numerous clients and agencies like the World Bank and the United Nations. In 2008, Ted returned to the U.St where he carried on his consultancy work. It was in 2013 that he joined Banyan Hill Publishing and had played an active role in facilitating its growth.