This week’s Mullooly Asset Management podcast focuses on the New York State Deferred Compensation plan. Tom Mullooly manages investments for over 300 different individuals who are participants in the New York State Deferred Compensation program, and he knows what some of the most frequent questions about the plan are.
Many people are looking to take loans from their New York State Deferred Compensation plan, and taking that action has many implications. Tom goes over the pro’s and the con’s of taking a loan from your New York State Deferred Compensation program in this week’s podcast so tune in. If you have any specific questions about your NYSDCP after listening to the podcast feel free to contact Tom.
If you are thinking about taking a loan from your New York State Deferred Compensation plan you should listen to this podcast first!
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