Sharon and her husband have paid off their home in their 40s, so where should they invest the money that was going to mortgage repayments?
Erin and her husband own an investment property in Perth which is now worth less than they paid for it eight years ago. With rents falling, they ask Paul Clitheroe if it’s time to cut their losses and sell.
Sarah is a single mum in need of advice on super, investing and insurance but, as she tells Paul Clitheroe, the banking royal commission has made her terrified to commit.
Lisa’s 24-year-old daughter can’t afford to buy property on her $44,000 a year salary. How can Lisa best help her out financially?
Codey and his partner owe $45,000 in car loans. Should they scrape together a 5% deposit on an off-the-title block of land to get a foot in the property market?
Cathy wants to invest $3.5 million by advertising bridging loans on social media. Paul Clitheroe doesn’t pull any punches. This is a really, really bad idea.
Therese wants to know if she should use a loan or a lease to buy a new car. The problem, says Paul Clitheroe, is that cars are money-devouring, depreciating disasters.
Jolanda is the sole income earner after her husband became paralysed and later lost his job. How can she juggle a mortgage, a margin loan and credit card debt?