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Money and the Law

by Press Release
October 20, 2017

Having been in practice for a combined 33 years, the stars bring nearly a lifetime of knowledge and experience for our listeners’ enjoyment and education. 

Hi Everyone,

We are happy to announce that the radio show Money and the Law is officially back on the air on MyFM 101.3.  After taking a brief sabbatical Jay Marsden and I have returned to the airwaves at a new time.  Show airs on Saturdays from 9am - 10am.

Now in our 4th year, the show is a casual and entertaining approach to financial and legal topics that nearly everyone has questions about.  We tackle these sometimes-tedious subjects in a light hearted and fun way….as if we were discussing it at a backyard BBQ. 

Our sponsor station, WMRC (MyFM 101.3) captained by Tom McAuliffe is growing exponentially since it hit the FM dial back in January of this year. They are tirelessly committed to supporting the local community's businesses and organizations sponsoring scores of events throughout the year. The music is truly great as they play classic hits.  I bet you know the words to nearly all of the songs. The radius from Milford MA is pretty strong but you can stream it live on your phone if you download the App My FM 101.3 from the app store. Also is the link to previous shows. 

http://wmrcdailynews.com/news-det.php?i=139&d=Money-and-the-Law

For those of you who haven’t heard Jay before - I have to admit that he is pretty funny.

John P. Drohan, Jr,  CFP®

Main Effort Financial, Inc.
Taking you where you want to go™
 
770 Washington Street
Suite 6
Holliston, MA  01746


508.893.9990– office
508.254.8016– cell
508.893.9970- fax
 
maineffort.com

Securities and Investment Advisory Services offered through Sage Point Financial, Inc.  FINRA/SIPC. Main Effort Financial, Inc. is a separate entity from Sage Point Financial, Inc.

 

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