Asset Protection from Ted BAuman

Ted Bauman is currently employed with Banyan Hill Publishing and his areas of expertise are writing about safe investment strategies and how to protect your wealth. He has spent his lifetime building a solid resume. He started out in his younger years getting a taste of what it was like to work physically hard and to be a member of the working class. He would work at fast food restaurants and gas stations and learned what it was like to get criticism and flak from his superiors. Working in these humble jobs instilled in him the belief that society must look out for the poor in society, as well as the affluent.

Ted Bauman left the United States as a young man and emigrated to South Africa. He attended the University of Cape Town and obtained an economics degree. He would spend twenty-five years in South Africa taking on many executive roles for nonprofit companies. One of his efforts he is well known for was he helped start Slum Dwellers International, which continues to help millions around the world.

After his years in South Africa, he returned to the United States where he now writes for Banyan Hill Publishing. His work has been printed in well-reputable journals in many counties and he has even provided research services to the United Nations. Currently, he publishes the Bauman letter and recently wrote about ways that people can protect their assets form a disaster. The article was inspired by a relative who had passed away but kept many of their assets stored at their home.

Ted Bauman had noticed that his relative did not properly safeguard their valuables and the relative was lucky that they had not been robbed. He did, however, agree with his deceased relative to keep some assets out of the bank. If a country is in trouble financially, they can require banks to seize your assets. Ted Bauman advises people to have a fireproof safety box at home to store some cash, precious metals or other valuables in case there is a situation where a bank confiscates an individual’s assets.