Elizabeth and her partner want to start a family, but upgrading to a three-bedroom place would mean a $600,000 mortgage. What does Paul Clitheroe think?
More than 80% of Australian women retire without enough super for a comfortable life. Katherine asks Paul Clitheroe if she’s on the right track.
Paul Clitheroe, Money chairman and chief commentator, taught me this little gem when he offered me a job to move from banking into TV on half my salary.
Mike is starting over from scratch after his marriage and work contract both came to an end. This is a hard one, writes Paul Clitheroe.
Stewart is paying $1400 a year for accounting software but his bookkeeper has to manage payroll manually. Money’s small business expert Anthony O’Brien is here to help.
Newspapers and airwaves are always full of information about traits of successful investors, but how do you cut through to what really matters?
Mick and Beth Spence lived a frugal life as self-funded retirees. But their savings were also funding the extravagant lifestyle of their financial planner.
Jason and his wife have built a $150,000 share portfolio. They ask Paul Clitheroe if it’s time to sell in order to buy their first home.