Episode 194: Don't outlive your money! Learn how to formulate the withdrawal rate strategy for your retirement portfolio this week on MoneyMD. Also, learn why trying to keep up with the Joneses is a very bad idea.
Episode 193: This week on MoneyMD the Money Doctors will give you their take on the famous Index Card rules of personal finance. John and Steve will also take a look at the recently released GOP tax reform framework.
Episode 192: This week the Money Doctors take a look at some common financial beliefs that sound wise but are actually incredibly expensive. They will also tell you the truth about some very popular stock market myths.
Episode 191: While you could make a fortune picking individual stocks, learn what the odds are this week on MoneyMD. Also, learn how to avoid the pain of missed opportunities and lost IRA benefits by steering clear of some very common mistakes.
Episode 190: You don't want to miss this week's episode packed with tips from a reformed jewel thief about how to protect your property. Also, learn what's actually going on inside your brain while you buy and sell stocks, and how that can sabotage your bottom line.
Episode 189: This week John and Steve will address some painful problems that can result from inadequate estate planning. Also, learn how Hurricane Harvey and other factors will likely play in the U.S. economy.
Episode 188: If you are way too familiar with the term "retail therapy," you don't want to miss this episode of MoneyMD! Also on today's episode, John and Steve will show you how to calculate your net worth and then gauge whether you are on track for a comfortable retirement.
Episode 187: This week Steve and John speak with computer consultant, Melonie Holmes about how to combat fraud and identity theft.
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Episode 185: On this week's episode, the Money Doctors will tell you about some budgeting mistakes that can sabotage your savings. On the flip side, John and Steve have some great tips for talking to your kids about your finances.