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The Best Account You're Not Using

Benjamin Franklin once said that "in this world, nothing can be certain, except death and taxes." However, our legendary founding father wasn't blessed with the type of financial sorcery that has spawned one of the most powerful savings accounts today, an account even more powerful than the 401(k) and the Roth IRA.

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What Can You Afford?

Just because you can buy something without going into debt doesn't necessarily mean it's affordable. In my definition of affordable, three criteria need to be met.

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Rethink Your Credit Cards

You spend money, right? You like making money, right? So why not do both at the same time?

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Passive Income Is Not King

Everyone seems to glorify passive income. Who wouldn't want to make money while they're sleeping? But there's a more efficient way to make money than passive income.

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My Biggest Savings Mistake

When I was looking to buy a house, I stashed away as much money as I could and threw it in my bank account. Little did I realize that I was losing so much potential money in the process. I'll review why my house savings strategy was the biggest savings mistake of my life.

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Is social media draining your bank account? Here's how to stop it.

Gaining control of our spending habits can be difficult. And social media isn't helping the cause. Millenials cite that they've been influenced to spend more money due to social media, thus hurting their chances of financial success. But there are ways to stop this from happening.

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Our Guiding Principles

At Moneyskope, we don't want to be just another financial services shop. By holding ourselves to the highest standards via our guiding principles, we lay the foundation for how we strive to act when interacting with clients, co-workers, and society at large such that everyone benefits.

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Why an Emergency Fund is your best friend

Are you prepared if you are hit with an unexpected $2,000 expense? Without a solid Emergency Fund in place, you'll feel less financially secure and you'll be more likely to face further financial stress.

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