Whether you’re sending your child to an elite private school or the local public school, you’re going to need to dip deep. Here’s how to plan ahead to manage the cost of school fees.
Matt and his wife have $5000 a month to invest but with dual corrections on the horizon, are shares or property the better option?
Mention the removal of franking credits in polite company and prepare yourself for an hour of indignant lecturing about how unfair it is. But is it all bad?
How does your asset allocation compare to a typical wealthy Australian? A recent survey of high net worth investors gives you a peek into their portfolios.
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?
With a house in no condition to be rented and a recent $150,000 inheritance, Michelle asks if she should pay off the mortgage early or invest in ETFs. Paul Clitheroe has a better idea.
Simply reinvesting distributions to benefit from compounding may not be the best strategy, as Susan Hely found out the hard way.
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.