What is MoneyCone about?
MoneyCone is about… money! A HOWTO blog on personal finance and investing.
Who is behind MoneyCone and why should you read this blog?
I’m not a financial professional.
I don’t have anything to sell to you.
My 9-5 has nothing to do with this blog!
I never thought about personal finance until recently and yet the very first time I learnt my credit score, it was above 800. And I was not even trying! Over the years I formed a few good habits that ensures me that I can always get that advertised rate when purchasing a house, or never get turned down for a loan or a credit card and that I have enough to retire or go on that vacation.
I think anyone can, but most are held back due to lack of awareness or incorrect understanding of financial concepts.
Anyone can have a credit score that’s above 800. I can show you how.
Tell me more!
I get my credit scores from all three bureaus and I don’t pay a thing. I do that by not giving out my credit card info or signing up for trial offers. I was one of the first to write about it because I used this technique myself, but I see this repeated all over the blogosphere now. I write original content.
I get better rate on my checking account than you do with your savings account! (If that isn’t true, I’d like to switch to your bank!)
This blog is a running journal of what I do, not what I’ve heard…
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A fool and his money are soon parted – Dr. John Bridges
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