Stephanie and her sister have vastly different financial situations and they’ve just inherited a unit from their grandmother.
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.
Many Money viewers and readers have aged with me, but can’t answer this basic question when it comes to figuring out what they can afford in retirement.
Kevin has found a way to leave his super to his adult daughters without them being hit with a tax bill. So what does Paul Clitheroe think of the loophole?
Marion and her husband are nearing retirement age and he has no retirement savings. Should they use an inheritance to start a super fund for him?
“My favourite investment is property but there is not much you can do with $10,000 in the property market,” says Peter Koulizos, who was recently elected chairman of the Property Investment Professionals of Australia.