Ted Bauman is an American businessman and editor, who has dedicated his life to sharing information with every day people on how to utilize their income, and save money. He writes primarily for Banyan Hill Publishing, a company known for giving optimal advice to people interested in making wise financial investments.
On Banyan Hill, Mr. Bauman primarily uses his role as Editorial Director to focus on writing articles directed to the general public. His most recently posted works deal with subjects like establishing effective retirement methods, how to get away from debt, and how to truly understand the now ever-growing world of digital currency. Many of these articles are free for the public to enjoy. All of them focus on economical issues that day to day citizens face all over the world. View Ted Bauman’s profile on LinkedIn
Mr. Bauman also uses a popular blogging website called ‘Medium.’ On Medium, Bauman strays away from the big editorial style of writing to tackle more personal issues. He discusses inflation in America, but also provides sound and solid advice on how to boost your income to make the most of every year. His personal advice, broken into many smaller chunks of reading material, hones in on subjects that are not to difficult to understand. His Medium page is used to communicate more open and freely than his Banyan Hill articles.
Ted Bauman is the son of Robert Bauman, a former U.S. Congressman. He attended the University of Cape Town, graduating and then pursuing two postgraduate degrees in history and economics. Before writing, Bauman spent his early life working for nonprofit organizations in South Africa. One project in particular focused on creating affordable housing, and lead Bauman to research and begin writing about micro-finance. Many of his early writing experiences were also headed up in South Africa, and focused on specific, economical aspects of living and working there. After twenty-five years, he returned to the United States to write for bigger clients, one of which included the United Nations. He also joined forces with American nonprofits, like Habitat for Humanity, and shared his wisdom and knowledge of low-income housing with many different individuals. Read more on ezinearticles.com about Ted Bauman
Ted Bauman joined the Banyan Hill firm as editor in the middle of 2013, where he has chosen to remain ever since. There he gives radical yet reasonable advice on how to stay on top of the economy, and provides everyone he encounters with outstanding advice.