June 2016

Published a story 28th Jun 2016 8:01 PM

Here's how to minimise your credit card debt but still get the benefit of fast money.

CLITHEROE'S CALL: How to watch your credit debt

Here's how to minimise your credit card debt but still get the benefit of fast money.

May 2016

Published a story 27th May 2016 7:23 PM

SOME say there’s nothing like the feeling of driving a brand new car. Personally, I am in tears just thinking of the depreciation.

Why you should never buy a brand new car

SOME say there’s nothing like the feeling of driving a brand new car. Personally, I am in tears just thinking of the depreciation.

April 2016

Published a story 22nd Apr 2016 6:50 PM

The average home owner is now two and a half years ahead on their home loan.

Get smart with your mortgage

The average home owner is now two and a half years ahead on their home loan.

March 2015

Published a story 31st Mar 2015 1:01 PM

WE ALL like to think we have a good personal reputation.

Opinion: Now is the time to secure your credit reputation

WE ALL like to think we have a good personal reputation.

August 2014

Published a story 15th Aug 2014 1:23 PM

WHEN it comes to investing, everyone wants to beat the market.

Paul Clitheroe: Active vs passive investing

WHEN it comes to investing, everyone wants to beat the market.

July 2014

Published a story 25th Jul 2014 10:42 AM

THE opportunity to have a stake in a company paying reliable dividends with the prospect of long-term capital growth is what quality shares are all about.

Shareholder perks - Nice, but not the main game

THE opportunity to have a stake in a company paying reliable dividends with the prospect of long-term capital growth is what quality shares are all about.

December 2013

Published a story 6th Dec 2013 3:21 PM

LOOKS like it’s going to be a merry Christmas for retailers, with industry figures predicting Australians will collectively spend around $30 billion dollars.

Simple steps for a moneywise Christmas

LOOKS like it’s going to be a merry Christmas for retailers, with industry figures predicting Australians will collectively spend around $30 billion dollars.

April 2013

Published a story 19th Apr 2013 3:26 PM

DEBT problems don’t always have their foundation in overspending.

Rethink your approach to credit cards

DEBT problems don’t always have their foundation in overspending.

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