If you haven’t heard of Ted Bauman, he is an editor with The Sovereign Society, a publishing company predicated on providing advice related to tax strategies and investments. Bauman has been with the company since 2013 and is responsible for editing three publications: Smart Money Alert, The Bauman Letter, and lastly, Plan B Club.
Although a United States citizen, Bauman attended the University of Cape Town (located in South Africa), where he earned his Master’s degree in History and Economics. After completing his studies, Buman began a career that would span 25 years in the African continent; Bauman has held a succession of high-profile roles throughout his illustrious career, which included positions in the nonprofit realm, most notably low-cost housing. Throughout much of the 2000’s, Bauman worked for several government agencies (in varying capacities) like the European grant-making agencies, the United Nations, and the South African government; his roles typically involved consultative work, housing and urban planning, and finance. Many of these roles contributed to Bauman becoming a worldly businessman; he has traveled throughout Africa, Europe, and Asia.
It wasn’t until 2008 before Bauman would return to the United States; after making his way back into the country, he landed a role with the renowned Habitat for Humanity, serving as the organization’s Director of International Housing. He remained with Habitat for Humanity until 2013, which is when he decided to pursue his true passions, research, and writing. This newfound passion would ultimately lead Ted Bauman to The Sovereign Society in 2013.
In addition to his editorial work with the Smart Money Alert, The Bauman Letter, and the Plan B Club, Bauman contributes to The Sovereign Investor Daily, which is comprised of articles related to international migration, asset protection, and privacy issues. Furthermore, Bauman has been praised for his contributions to international journals like the Small Enterprise Development and Urbanization and The Journal of Microfinance. He also Co-authored “Where to Stash Your Cash (legally),” which provides readers with a wealth of information related to saving on taxes, investing and growing money, protecting wealth, and a number of other topics related to finance.
If you’re interested in learning more about Ted Bauman, he makes regular posts on his Google Plus page https://plus.google.com/+TedBaumanGuru, where he where publically shares his views on the misappropriation of charity donations, the state of healthcare in America, the economy, and much more. As an accomplished writer, Bauman’s expositions on these various topics are eye-opening and immensely insightful, and therefore, worth reading.