Ted Bauman Writes About The Dangers Of Data Harvesters

Ted Bauman has been an editor for the publishing house Banyan Hill Publishing since 2013. He writes both The Bauman Letter and Alpha Stock Alert. In Alpha Stock Alert he lets his subscribers in on safe ways to protect and grow wealth. He says that the system he teaches in this publication even made money during the 2008-2009 recession. The Bauman Letter is dedicated to low-risk investing as well as how to protect your privacy in the digital age.

In a recent article Ted Bauman wrote about data harvesters. In his article he says that his wife received spam recently where someone asked her to click on a link in it which went to a webpage where they were asking for personal information. She ignored it but then she got another one the very next day one of the administrators in the school districts in which she works.

This second email was more alarming to his wife, he wrote, because it said that anyone who didn’t click the link in the previous email faced immediate suspension. His wife does work in a public school and so is subject to background checks on a regular basis. However, he and his wife found it alarming that for-profit companies are now being used by government entities and they are demanding sensitive information from their employees. Visit ideamensch.com about Ted Bauman

 

Ted Bauman adviced his wife not to hand over the information to this unknown company. He pointed out four big issues. First, they didn’t have a published privacy policy. They also gave no indication on how your information would be used. They didn’t use HTTPS encryption and there was no “certification authority” to validate this outfit.

Writing about tax tips, Ted Bauman has written about the change to the tax code done by Republicans in December 2017. He made a number of recommendations on ways to save yourself money under the new system. First, he said anyone who owns a home should prepay their 2018 mortgage interest and property taxes before the end of 2017. Ted Bauman says that new limits combined with higher standard deductions means many people won’t be able to tax advantage of these tax breaks in the future. He also said that if you give money to charity on a regular basis it is best to make your 2018 contribution before the end of 2017 for the very same reason as prepaying your home costs. Learn more: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/ted-bauman