Rodney and his wife want to know if selling their two investment properties will help their retirement plans. The question is, can they live on $73,000pa?
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.
Angus is keen to reduce the interest payable on his new home loan, but paying down a mortgage early is a trap for many property owners says Paul Clitheroe.
Jamie’s townhouses in the rural Queensland mining town of Dalby have been on the market for two years with no offers. How can he get out of the hole?
Linda has inherited $140,000 and is thinking of investing it. Paul Clitheroe has other ideas. “Opportunities like this to reduce debt are rare.”
After years in a unit, Jess and Nick want to buy a house to accommodate their growing family. How will they ever be about to afford a larger home?
Lea’s 17-year-old has a part-time job and $2500 in savings. What are the best investment options for a teen who would like to have a house deposit in 10 years?
If some maniac tells you that an investment will double in value in seven years, your crap meter should be on high alert.
Rodney and his wife have invested in super, property and shares, but is it enough to retire comfortably in two years?
Emily wants to diversify into ETFs, but feels guilty that she didn’t do it in 2018 because they have jumped so much in price.
A learning disability means Celia’s 20-year-old daughter struggles to find regular work. How much should she be putting into super to cover fees and increase the balance?