What Should We Make For Dinner? Reservations

In Ep. 148 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom talks about how to help your waistline AND your budget.  The average American spends over $3,400 a year eating out instead of making food at home.  This is hurting not only your budget but most likely your diet as well. Show...

Bobby Bonilla and Compound Interest

In Ep. 147 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom tells the tale of Bobby Bonilla and his contract deferment with the New York Mets.  It’s a perfect example of the powers of how compound interest can work for you (Bonilla) AND against you (the Mets). Show Notes...

Should Capital Gains be Tied to Inflation?

In Ep. 146 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom talks about capital gains taxes and what it would mean to tie them to inflation.  It would certainly change the amount of taxes that people would have to pay, but is it a good idea?  Find out more in the video! Show Notes...

Egg Noodles and Ketchup

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 one on the IRS.  Things have changed drastically over the last few decades, and...

Fee-Only vs. Fee-Based

  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 be more different! Show Notes ‘Fee-Only vs. Commission Financial Advisor: How...

Would You Get These Money Questions Right?

  In Ep. 143 of the Mullooly Asset Show, Tom asks six money questions that a majority of college students got wrong.  Some of the questions were a bit tricky, but can YOU answer all of them before Tom gives the answer? Show Notes ‘More Than Half of College...