This video from Mullooly Asset Management contains last week’s podcast about taking a loan from your New York State Deferred Compensation plan. The video contains informational slides that will allow you to better understand Brendan and Tom’s discussion of the pro’s and con’s of taking a loan from your New York State Deferred Compensation plan. Tom Mullooly manages the investments of over 300 different individuals who participate in the NYSDCP, so he is highly knowledgeable on the subject. The slides from this presentation will be available to download on Slide Share, and we encourage you to save these slides and look them over.
Taking a loan from your New York State Deferred Compensation plan is something that you should research heavily before making any decisions about. This presentation will allow you to hear the pro’s and con’s of taking a loan from your NYSDCP.
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