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You’re Allowed to Buy Lattes

In Ep. 269 of the Mullooly Asset Podcast, Brendan and Tom discuss a handful of topics.  They talk about financial worries that many people have that they really shouldn't worry about, myths surrounding the FIRE movement, why buying lattes won't kill your personal...

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Gaming the Financial Aid System

In Ep. 268 of the Mullooly Asset Podcast, Brendan and Tom discuss a handful of articles covering topics like how some wealthy parents are trying to game the financial aid system, the IRS tracking down cryptocurrency owners, and more! Show Notes 'Top 100 Financial...

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5 Mistakes Retirees Make

In Ep. 151 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom talks about some important mistakes that retirees seem to be making.  Whether it is investing too conservatively, or overspending their retirement budget on unplanned things, these five points are things to avoid in retirement.

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When Safe Deposit Boxes Aren’t So Safe

? Show Notes 'Don't Put Your Valuables in the Bank' - Bloomberg 'Safe Deposit Boxes Aren't Safe' - The New York Times When Safe Deposit Boxes Aren't So Safe - Transcript Tom Mullooly: In episode number 150 we’re going to talk about when a safe deposit box isn’t so...

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Capital Gains are GOOD

In Ep. 266 of the Mullooly Asset Podcast, Tim and Tom talk about two interesting articles.  The first talks about why capital gains are a good thing, even though most investors loathe paying tax on them.  The second talks about the SECURE Act.  Tim and Tom discuss...

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A Few Notes on the Student Loan Discussion

In Ep. 149 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom talks about the student loan crisis.  There's a few important points to consider BEFORE entering into these loans, both from the student's perspective AND the parent's perspective as well. ? Show Notes 'Parents are Largely to...

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