A small sample of the blogs I read

From the blogs I read…

“In my whole life, I have known no wise people who didn’t read all the time – none, zero.” – Charlie Munger I have a huge list of blogs that I read and enjoy. Some are quirky, some are educational, some are controversial and some are plain funny! It helps me broaden my horizons, hopefully […]

December 15, 2013 17

Making sure your business is protected

Everyone knows that running a business isn’t easy these days. With the economy still struggling and red tape ever on the rise, the challenges are probably greater than ever before. This is why it’s even more important to make sure that your business and employees are protected. There are ways of protecting yourself if you […]

July 11, 2013 0
Good reads from great blogs

Good reads from great blogs!

Informative and entertaining posts from some of the bloggers I follow… I heard Men’s Wearhouse’s ‘I guarantee it’ guy was fired by the board! Don’t know about Men’s Wearhouse, but Financial Nerd has some thoughts on Brooks Brothers’ dress shirts! Are Brook’s Brother’s Shirts Worth it? Learn Squirreler’s zen-like approach to riches. It’s a three-step, […]

June 25, 2013 16

Top five tips to maximise your money whilst paying off your debts

Times are tight all round, but if you are currently using a debt management company to help you pay off unsecured debts, then it can feel like you never see any of your hard-earned money. But worry not, for with a few savvy adjustments to your spending habits, you can claw back some of your […]

September 25, 2012 0

Increasing Financial Stability Through Spending

Although it may seem counter-intuitive, it is possible to increase financial stability through spending, if you do it responsibly and with a definite plan. This doesn’t mean you apply for a high number of credit cards willy-nilly and take out high interest cash loans and embark on an exciting spending spree; it means mapping out […]

June 21, 2012 0

Practical Tips To Secure A Home Mortgage

Credit markets are tight. Let’s face it—the financial meltdown of 2008 scared the heck out of lending institutions. When lending giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were forced to receive a hundred billion dollar bailout from the U.S. government, it became clear doling out mortgages to every applicant just wasn’t a good idea. Thus, banks […]

May 22, 2011 0
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A TV Stand That Can Grill Sandwiches!

I love multi-functional units! Cellphones that serve as cameras, printers that double up as fax machines, wrist watches that can also monitor your heart rate and of course, TV stands that can make breakfast while you catch up on the morning news! I knew I had to get one! Enjoy your Saturday morning folks!

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Here’s Your Chance To Win A Roku HD Streaming Player!

Ever wondered what it would be to live life without cable? Here’s you chance to find out! I’m giving away a Roku HD Streaming Player and Flexo, from Consumerism Commentary is giving away a $50 Amazon gift card in addition, as a part of Consumerism Commentary’s Daily Giveaway! Here’s what you can do with Roku: […]

May 13, 2011 3

Best Of MoneyCone 2010 And One Last Roundup

As 2010 comes to a close, I wanted to post about something that I normally don’t write about. MoneyCone traffic stats. I started this site beginning of March this year and didn’t expect the kind of growth MoneyCone’s has shown. From 400 visits a month to almost 5000 a month, from 7000 page views to […]

December 31, 2010 20
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Major Announcement!

I have an announcement to make today! Really excited to join the Yakezie Network! The Yakezie group is a network of financial bloggers with the goal of promoting each others’ sites and sharing ideas. I’ve been wanting to join the network for quite sometime now! Now that MoneyCone’s nearing its first anniversary, I think it […]

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