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Lessons From Market Crashes

In Ep. 262 of the Mullooly Asset Podcast, Tom and Tim discuss an article from author Jonathan Clements about his experience and takeaways from the last five market crashes.  Tom adds his own perspective on those times in the market, and what the most important lessons...

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Egg Noodles and Ketchup

https://tpmullooly.wistia.com/medias/1fujogrn66?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 In Ep. 145 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom talks about "egg noodles and ketchup" from the movie Goodfellas, and how in 2019 it's essentially impossible to pull a fast...

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The Benefits of Health Savings Accounts

In Ep. 261 of the Mullooly Asset Podcast, Tom and Tim discuss three important articles.  The first discusses the responsibilities of executors and tax implications in the estate planning process.  The second talks about mutual fund and ETF fees and the gap between the...

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Fee-Only vs. Fee-Based

https://tpmullooly.wistia.com/medias/pxz8ernnun?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 In Ep. 144 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom talks about the difference between fee-only and fee-based advisors.  Although the names sound very similar, they couldn't...

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Potential Changes to Your 401(k)

In Ep. 259 of the Mullooly Asset Podcast, Brendan and Tom talk about some proposed changes to retirement plans making their way through Washington at the moment.  There would be changes to products offered within 401(k) accounts, distribution ages, and more! Show...

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Social Security is Not a Bond

In Ep. 258 of the Mullooly Asset Podcast, Brendan and Tim talk about a few interesting articles from the last few days.  They discuss why Social Security should not be considered the bond portion of your portfolio, a "hidden" cost of 401(k)s, unnecessary monthly...

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