Episode 275: Steve and John help you to determine whether a Roth IRA or a pretax 401(k) is better for your particular situation. They also take a look at the $32 billion dietary supplement industry.
Episode 262: Hear about five types of investment accounts that can save you a bundle on taxes and help you reach your retirement goals. John and Steve also give you some creative ideas that can actually make saving fun!
Episode 250: Learn four simple steps that can set you on the path to a fat 401(k)! John and Steve also address some common misconceptions about Social Security and give tips for maximizing your benefits.
Episode 249: Concerned about the recent market correction? Get the facts from Steve and John. You'll also learn some additional tax-favored investment options you can take advantage of after maxing out your IRA's and 401(k)s for the year.
Episode 247: Hear ten common financial hazards that are almost sure to delay your road to retirement. You'll also learn how to make the most of your neighborhood dollar store!
Episode 239: Steve and John discuss Chris Hogan's new book, Everyday Millionaires. Also, hear what the president of USC, Harry Pastides, has to say about lowering your college costs.
Episode 232: Don't leave hundreds of thousands on the table! Learn how to get the most out of your 401(k)! Also, hear the pros and cons of investing internationally.
Episode 231: Steve and John describe some alternative types of medical insurance coverage that you won't find on the Affordable Care Act government exchanges. They also look into the growing retirement crisis of lost pensions and 401(k)s.
Episode 212: This week on MoneyMD, compare your spending habits with the rest of America and learn how to make smarter decisions going forward. Also, if you're thinking about taking out a 401(k) loan, John and Steve have some very timely advice for you.
Episode 203: On this week's episode, learn how to avoid all the glitzy investing hype and stick with what works. The Money Doctors also have some smart tips for the self-employed. You don't want to miss out on these critical financial planning strategies!