Ted Bauman Gives Advice to Keep Your Assets Safe in a Disaster

Ted Bauman is an expert at managing wealth and has tips for people who are concerned about what will happen to their assets if disaster tips. It’s important to remember that disasters of both natural and economic sources can hit financial institutions as well as your home so just putting your wealth into an account may not be enough. If you are a working class citizen, disaster could affect your financial health much more than it would those in the upper class.

It’s important not to leave your wealth all in one place in order to avoid losing it all. While most of us feel more comfortable with our valuables being close at hand this may not always be the best idea according to Ted Bauman. Before his career in the economic world, Ted Bauman was used to working manual labor and service industry jobs and knows what it is like to have a hard time financially.

If you do decide to keep your valuables in your home, it’s important to keep them safe from theft, fire, and water damage. Ted Bauman suggests investing into a heavy duty safe that can be secured to the home to prevent it from being lost or stolen. If you chose to use a lockbox it’s important to make sure that it is fire and waterproof and has a secure lock. Safety deposit boxes or vaults are also a viable option and can be rented in the United States or in a foreign country.

Ted Bauman is an editor for Banyan Hill Publishing and uses this forum to give financial advice to the working class people of the United States. After immigrating out of the United States to South Africa he with non-profit organizations, mostly in low-cost housing fund managing, in executive positions before moving back to the US. He wakes up early to take care of his daughter’s needs before she goes to school and spends his workday researching the news and other sources. By keeping up with the latest events he is able to provide the advice that his readers need to achieve financial success.

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Felipe Montero gives a List of Government Projects Given to the Private Sectors, 2018

In August 2017, the federal government released an announcement, for the auction schedules, revealing that most of them will take part in the last half of 2018. According to Felipe Montero Jens, an Infrastructure Projects specialist of the Program Partnerships and Investment (PPI), 57 projects will be handled by the private sector, with R $44 billion being invested in the 22 listed sectors.

Most of these projects covering the 22 sectors will take part between July and December 2018. Some of the projects on the second phase include São Paulo’s Congonhas airport auction, Confis (Belo Horizonte), Rio de Janeiro’s Galeão, and and the sale of Infraero’s stake in the Brasilia’s airports.

Felipe Montero Jens says that the federal government has the BR-153, which is the highway located between Anápolis (GO) and Aliança (TO), listed for concession since its former concession was invalidated of the Galvão Group. Its auction will happen in three months to the end of Michel Temer’s government. The 800KM, BR-364 highway, found between Comodoro (MT) and Porto Velho (RO), will also be given to the private sector, while the bidding for it will be in late 2018, as stated by Felipe.

Other projects to have their auctions take place in the second half of 2018 are the concessions for several part terminals which include Belém (PA), Vitória (ES), Paranaguá (PR) and Vila do Conde (PA). The government is also planning to grant several other terminals.

Though companies such as Mint, Docks of Espírito Santo, Casemg and Ceasaminas were supposed to be sold by the government, they did not explain how they intended to so in the August 2017 announcement. However, the government stated in that announcement through Felipe, that these state-owned companies were to privatized. The announcement concerning the schedule of their auctions was said to take place towards the end of 2018. Moreira Franco said that Mint was being sold because it was behind the great technological advancements.

PPI is also working towards expanding the relationship between the government and the private sectors, through opening infrastructure investments to the private sector. Through this, there will be jobs creation for the residents of Brazil as well as enhance growth.

The program is also aiming at expanding public infrastructure, as well as ensuring that the projects have a legal security and are stable.