Ted Bauman on Educating People about Their Finances

Ted Bauman is a writer, so to bringing his ideas to life is essential to drawing in readers. He’s writing about financial matters, which can be dry to start with. This takes a lot of critical thinking, narrative and writing skills, and his life experiences to bring these pages to live. His office, the basement in his house provides a quiet and calm atmosphere where he can dedicate his time to his craft.

The financial writer is the most productive in the morning, so he protects this time like a precious jewel. This is when his mind is most alert, focuses, calm, and ready to write. After dropping his daughter off at school, Ted gets to work. By the time 5pm rolls around, Bauman is ready to end the day.

Ted Bauman is a senior editor and writer at Banyan Hill Publishing. He joined the publisher back in 2013. Ted created Plan B Club, Alpha Stock Alert, and his most popular newsletter The Bauman Letter. They help education everyday Americans on topics such as migration issues, asset protection, privacy, and low-risk investment strategies. His true dedication to helping others shine through his newsletters, giving subscribers a sense of independence, knowledge, and confidence. To know more about him click here.

Ted Bauman graduated from Georgia State University with a Master of Business Administration degree in finance. Previously, Ted studied at The State University of New York where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. Before Mr. Bauman worked as a financial writer, he lived in South Africa and worked in the non-profit industry for over 25 years. In addition to his career, Ted Bauman studies history and economics and the University of Cape Town, located in South Africa.

The senior editor has worked with governments all over the world, helping them manage their funds correctly. He has seen lot in his time and wants to help individual protect their wealth from greedy corporations and governments. In fact, there is a new trend where people are becoming wiser about how they spend their money. They are a lot more conscious about where they put their dollar, not just handing it over greedy corporations. This new mindset will help improve societies as a whole.

His LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tedbauman

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