Jane has lost her partner and received a $100,000 death benefit at just 29. Coming from a family that traditionally hasn’t been good with money, she is scared to ruin it.
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. Ask Paul your money question.
After barely making ends meet, Rachel has a new job and an abundance of extra money she would like to put towards her first home. But where should she save her deposit?
Single mum Sharon owns three investment properties and has her eye on a fourth. Paul Clitheroe’s response? “No more property!”
Clare is already contributing extra to her own super but her partner will be 80 before Clare reaches retirement age – should they top up his super too?
There is nothing like a headline about wills to get Paul Clitheroe frothing.
Maggie asks Paul Clitheroe how she can protect her super and shares with a market downturn on the horizon.
Right now we all see falling property prices. This is long overdue and watching the media turn from “property prices to boom” to “property prices to bust” does cause me to laugh out loud.
Emma wants to know if she should buy another investment property. That’s where Paul Clitheroe comes in, with a lesson about diversification.
Stephanie and her sister have vastly different financial situations and they’ve just inherited a unit from their grandmother.
With a young family, should Tanya and her husband focus on paying off their home, topping up super, buying shares or an investment property?