Podcasts: On the Money

On the Money

Gary is an attorney with a Masters in Tax Law from Boston University Law School, as well as a Chartered Life Underwriter and a Chartered Financial Consultant. His company has helped over a thousand individuals and families set and meet their financial goals, and protect a lifetime of hard work for the next generation. Gary gives his unique perspective on markets and the economy. Gary will help you separate the pundits from the clowns, empower you to make good financial decisions, and answer your pressing questions about money.

Live:  Wednesdays 2PM – 3PM
Encore:  Saturdays 8AM – 9AM

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Gary Thomas gives his unique perspective on markets and the economy. Wednesdays 2 P.M, Saturdays 8 A.M.

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On The Money (9/30/15)

How can I avoid taking another financial hit like I did in 2008?  How will Social Security reform effect my…

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On The Money (9/23/15)

Did the Fed make the right decision on interest rates? Are collectibles a good retirement investment? What should I consider…

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On The Money (9/16/15)

What should I make of the wild swings of the current stock market? Can we achieve a “place of peace”…

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On The Money (9/2/15)

How much weight should you give financial news reports? How financial planning has changed since your parents retired. What is…

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On the Money (8/26/15)

On the show this week: The role of China in our market correction Can the Fed raise rates in this…

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On The Money (8/19/15)

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On The Money (8/12/15)

This week on “On the Money” New developments in 529 College savings plans Rumors of a market correction this fall…

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On The Money (8/5/15)

This week on On the Money with Gary Thomas: 3 Things that can derail your retirement Social Security employees that…

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On The Money (7/28/15)

This week on On the Money with Gary Thomas: Will the events in China affect our markets? How do you…

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