Ted Bauman Talks New Economic Challenges

Investor and asset protection expert, Ted Bauman, is a native of the Washington D.C. area, but he spent the majority of his career living in South Africa, where he worked as an executive and consultant regarding fund management for housing projects, as well as various other areas of finance. Ted Bauman attended the University of Cape Town, earning postgraduate degrees in Economics and History, and would remain in South Africa for the better part of 25 years, returning in 2008 to work as the Habitat for Humanity, Director of International Housing Programs. By 2013, Mr. Bauman sought a career change, one in which he could rely on his expert understanding of wealth protection and international migration issues. This led him to join Banyan Hill Publishing, where, today, he is the editor of Plan B Club, as well as the Bauman Letter. In addition to his role at Banyan Hill Publishing, Ted Bauman also contributes to a number of other publication, including South Africa’s New Internationalist and Cape Times, as well as the Journal of Microfinance. Mr. Bauman recently completed the most ambitious writing project of his career – a book entitled, Where to Stash Your Cash (Legally), which he co-authored alongside his father, Robert Bauman.

While many of the issues associated with topics such as asset management and finance can be, admittedly, mundane, Ted Bauman takes pride in his ability to make his words jump from the page, which has resulted in a continuously growing readership since joining the team in 2013. He often injects examples taken from real experiences when covering these topics, translating them in a way that is wholly accessible to his audience. In recent years, Mr. Bauman has seen a drastic change amongst his readers, which has brought forth considerable excitement. As a staunch advocate of sovereignty for each individual, he has seen many of his readers begin to challenge the nature of the economy, not only in the United States, but as a global entity as well. As governments around the world have conventionally catered to the needs of large corporations, more of his readers have begun addressing this issue, while also searching for practical solutions.

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