At 55, Jane is doing ok but “not anywhere near what I had planned for this time in my life”. With 10 years until she plans to retire, how can she boost her savings?
It’s all well and good for a financial adviser to have the right qualifications, a clean complaints history and operate fee-for-service, but the most important thing is the ‘nanna test’: bedside manner.
Is it still worth investing in super, Jay asks Paul, when my life savings could be worthless in 20 or 30 years when I need it?
The royal commission has made many Aussies cynical about getting financial advice. To be truly independent, a financial adviser needs to satisfy five conditions.
Matt and his wife have $5000 a month to invest but with dual corrections on the horizon, are shares or property the better option?
It’s the small habits that give us the best chance of succeeding. So what are the five habits that will set you on the path of success in investing?
Emma has $10,000 to start investing in shares but doesn’t know where to start. That’s where Paul Clitheroe comes in.
Lucy and her husband are keen to buy a beach house to help them relax and de-stress but Paul Clitheroe is worried the purchase could have the opposite effect.