Pam is expecting a $30,000 windfall. Is she better off stashing it in her offset account, or saving for her next property? Paul Clitheroe shares his advice.
Jane has lost her partner and received a $100,000 death benefit at just 29. Coming from a family that traditionally hasn’t been good with money, she is scared to ruin it.
“You need to have the courage to act and surround yourself with the best people with absolute expertise in that space,” says Founders First chief executive and managing director Mark Haysman.
Stephanie and her sister have vastly different financial situations and they’ve just inherited a unit from their grandmother.
With his net worth increasing faster than he’s spending it, 72-year-old John wants to start helping out his kids now. Is an early inheritance a good idea?
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.
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.
Marilyn and her three siblings inherited their parents’ estate including a $1.4 million house. With one sibling wanting to sell, Paul Clitheroe says the family is in dangerous territory.