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Chris and his disabled wife are raising four kids on $100,000 a year, and will soon come into $3 million. Should they invest the lot and borrow to buy a home?
James has $1 million in a term deposit that he would like to leave to his adult children. Where should he invest it? And does he need a trust?
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.
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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.
You can’t legally invest in your child’s name, and kids can pay a whopping 66% tax on investment income, so you need to tread carefully if you want to invest for their future.