Keeping Your Assets Safe With Ted Bauman

Ted Bauman is a chief editor for Banyan Hill Publishing and has been working on various newsletters for the company for several years, including Alpha Stock Alert and the Bauman Letter. These newsletter released by Banyan Hill and their financial experts go a long way in helping investors stay informed and protect their assets for the future. Regardless of peoples feeling of having all their money invested in virtual forms, it is still the safest way to keep money stored. Assets stored at home can be stolen or even destroyed during a crisis.

Ted Bauman regularly keeps his readers informed on how to properly protect their assets and personal valuables. Safe-deposit boxes can be a good way to go, but they are not always covered or insured. Not only this, but the bank and other agencies are given knowledge of what is contained in the box. Another good way to go is to get a fireproof and waterproof safe that is implanted into the ground in ones home.

When storing assets or valuables with a foreign government, no private information has to be shared with the government unless there is a court order involved. While foreign storage or vaults are safe, they come with a hefty price tag in order to have the added protection and privacy. Some places even require that the individual is present, so visiting the physical location is necessary, no matter where it is in the world.

According to Ted Bauman, when it comes to virtual currency, there are a lot of tools out there designed to protect information. Hard drives can be protected on personal computers by encryption, which is a service offered by both Apple and Microsoft. For Ted Bauman, major services such as Apple Pay and Paypal are incredibly safe and secure for transferring and storing assets.

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