Helen has just been told she will receive a $250,000-$300,000 inheritance. Paul Clitheroe advises her on how to manage the windfall.
Paul Clitheroe AM is a respected financial adviser and Money’s chairman and chief commentator. He is chair of the Australian Government Financial Literacy Board, and author of several personal finance books which have sold more than 600,000 copies. Email Paul your question (must be 150 words or less).
Christine entered into a debt agreement following some bad decisions. She asks Paul Clitheroe for advice on saving or investing.
It’s 20 years since Gerard first followed Paul Clitheroe’s advice, and he’s back with a $200,000 update … and another question.
Kids should be included in conversations about money as a part of everyday life, and sometimes that means hearing “we can’t afford it”.
Jason has bought shares for his two daughters, but what are the tax implications? Paul Clitheroe explains what he needs to know when it comes to franking credits and dividends.
We plan to renovate our house. Should we close out our almost-paid-for mortgage and apply for a loan or keep the current mortgage as a line of credit?
Sally has $160,000 in the bank and can’t decide how to invest it. With the money going backwards in terms of buying power, Paul Clitheroe advises Sally how to take action.
Sandra and her family have $600,000 in savings after selling the house, and are now renting. She asks Paul Clitheroe if they are better off buying somewhere to live.
Maree is 55 with a small amount in super, and has been unemployed for some time. Paul Clitheroe advises her how to manage a recent inheritance.
Single mum Sherry asks Paul Clitheroe if she should salary sacrifice for her daughter’s super, or buying another investment property.