Sandra is worried about retirement. What if the money runs out? She’s probably worrying for nothing, says Paul Clitheroe.
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).
The return being offered was 200% a year or your money back. Surely no-one would actually fall for such a scam…
Helen owes $30,000 to Centrelink. Will the debt be wiped if she declares bankruptcy? Paul Clitheroe has the answer but it’s not the one Helen wants.
From Centrelink benefits to $140,000 a year, Katherine is in a privileged position and knows it, but what should she do next? Paul Clitheroe has some ideas.
The stress of owing $1.2 million on property is becoming too much for Raj and his wife. But it’s not necessarily a cash flow problem, says Paul Clitheroe.
David’s plan to build a granny flat for his elderly parents is a financial, legal and emotional minefield, says Paul Clitheroe.
Henry is earning good money but his wife is taking time out of the workforce to raise their child. Can he contribute to her super?
Louise and her husband owe a whopping $2.3 million on their four properties, and now they want to start a family.
Matt has worked hard to save $200,000 and doesn’t want to lose it by investing in the wrong property. That’s where Paul Clitheroe comes in.
Dee has put aside money for her grandkids but says they are too young to be handed thousands of dollars. Paul Clitheroe advises where to invest in the meantime.