Ted Bauman Gives Tips on Securing Liquid Assets

Ted Bauman works at Banyan Hill Publishing as a writer and editor. He specializes in asset protection and investment strategies through the experience he gained from Burger King and McDonald’s. He admits that the experience he got from these previous jobs is worth sharing. He says that hard work and balancing of people’s affairs without discriminating them against class are the key pillars to success. Born in Washington D.C., Ted Bauman studied at the University of Cape Town, South Africa and graduated with post-graduate degrees in history and economics. He later moved to Latin America and the Caribbean to work with the Habitat for Humanity. He co-founded Slum Dwellers International that caters for fourteen million people across thirty-five countries.

During his writing, Ted Bauman has researched and written for nonprofit funding companies in Europe, the United Nations and the government of South Africa. His writings and editions appear in his three blogs at Banyan Hill Publishing. In one of his blogs, Bauman letters, he gives tips on how to keep liquid assets securely. For valuables like guns and artwork, he notes that the smart way is to keep them in a lock box or home safe that must be waterproof and waterproof. Additionally, he suggests that they it’s not a wise idea to keep them in one place. He points out that they could be kept in the local bank’s safe box. They are more secure in the bank an easily accessible than in the house. Another option according to Bauman, they can be stored in a box at a foreign bank. He gives an example of Switzerland that secures assets for the account holders.

Ted Bauman points out that another place to store the assets is in a foreign vault company. Countries like Austria, Singapore, and Switzerland have asset-storage facilities. However, some countries require physical appearance when opening an account. The services are expensive, and account holders must dig deeper in the pockets to enjoy these services. Vaults in New Zealand are remotely accessible because foreigners could open accounts online and ship their assets for storage. In his publications, Bauman advises the readers to secure their liquid assets safely for the benefit of future generation.

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