Noel Whittaker We want to sell our share portfolio, borrow $100,000 and buy a property in London for our children.
John Collett More people are turning to the internet for financial advice. But can consumers trust what they read?
Penny Pryor The superannuation industry has been preoccupied with a hell of lot of regulation during the past few years.
Mark Bouris One approach to building wealth is to have a financial planner: but how do you find one?
George Cochrane When deciding between a pension and a lump sum, only long-term thinking can guide you.
Noel Whittaker I enjoy my job but want the option of retiring at 55. Should I continue with my current plans, or could you suggest a different strategy?
Clancy Yeates This year's devastating start to the bushfire season has underlined the value of insuring the biggest asset many people own: their home.
Melissa Browne We're all thinking about protecting our homes from disaster but what about preparing your finances for a bushfire or other calamity?
Melissa Browne In a disaster, there might have been a plan for the house but often there isn't one for finances.
Mark Bouris One of the most unpopular topics in personal finance is known as 'life products'.
George Cochrane You should always investigate the use of a disability trust in which to leave assets.
Noel Whittaker We are self-funded retirees, in good health at 84, who rely on term deposits for income. Should we be looking at blue chip shares to maintain our income?
Noel Whittaker I am 17 and left school a bit over a year ago. I have managed to save $10,000 and was wondering what I should do with it?
Noel Whittaker I'm trying to decide if now is a good time to buy somewhere to live. What would you suggest?
Sylvia Pennington Thousands of Australians work in the sector - but is party planning a nice little earner, or an express way to lose friends and alienate acquaintances?
Melissa Browne Many people are only now seeing the effect of the recent changes to the private health insurance rebate when they lodge their tax return
John Collett Financially stretched consumers would stop paying their mortgage before skipping their gas, insurance and phone bills.
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon Follow this routine and you'll be well on your way to getting your finances in shape.
Sylvia Pennington Making ends meet with only one pay packet is hard but, with some financial sacrifices, it can be done.
Noel Whittaker We would like to retire at 55. What would you recommend to grow our wealth?