Ted Bauman Editor and Safety Advocate
Ted Bauman is an editor for Banyan Hill Publishing, and lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Ted is a former resident of Washington D.C. where he was born. Him and his family moved to Maryland where he was raised. He became employed with Banyan Hill Publishing in 2013. His specialties include, asset protection, low risk investment strategies, international migration issues, and privacy. His admirations are to help people who suffer from corporate greed, and be able to get the resources they may need to help their situation. Ted Bauman studied at the State University of New York, and graduated in 1993 with his BS in Business Administration. In 1999, he then went to Georgia State University, where he graduated 2 years later with his MBA in Finance.
Ted Bauman then traveled to South Africa and went to the University of Cape Town, where he studied Economics and History. In South Africa, Ted Baumem had a 25-year career, where he was a fund manager for low-cost income housing projects. He was a part of the Habitat for Humanity, and traveled throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. During one project he helped with, aided over 14 million people in 35 different countries, this project is called Slum Dwellers International.
Ted Bauman has published many journals that are recognized around the world. The Bauman letter is about his advice to secure your liquid assets. In the letter he states 5 ideas that could save them. The first way to ensure safety is to have a home safe or lockbox. Second, is to have a safe-deposit box at the bank, so your assets are not all in one place. The third, having a safe-deposit box at a foreign bank for extra security. Fourth, an independent vault in the U.S. These are helpful because with an independent vault there is no need for the government to need your private information, unlike a bank. Lastly, to have an independent vault in a foreign country. This is the most discreet way to protect your assets, there is no regulation for government to need information as well as the IRS.
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