Getting more money doesn't really change your level of happiness. But how you spend it, and what you spend it on, can make a difference.
Sales of e-bikes estimated to have passed 20,000 in 2016.
OPINION: As soon as you drive off the lot, the value plummets faster than a skydiving elephant.
Kiwi peer to peer lender starts making unsecured personal loans to Australians.
New Zealand woman says she has saved thousands by giving up beauty products and toiletries.
SUVs are our vehicle of choice, car dealers say.
That $2 t-shirt is probably too good to be true.
Gavin Male estimates he used to get $1500 a year back on his shopping just from using British online cashback sites.
Reserve Bank has missed the boat if it wants to limit the size of mortgages, report says.
Treasury's home underinsurance warnings prove accurate after Kaikoura quakes.
Four people have been accused by the SFO of misleading ANZ to get a loan facility.
The hydrolakes have more water than normal. But energy companies aren't in a rush to drop prices.
Borrowers can expect to pay more for their mortgages over the coming months, ASB warns.
The days of tight secrecy around family trusts - including their existence in some cases - may be about to end.
Another day, another statistic. How much does it really cost to rent?
They're awkward conversations to have with your Valentine, but now's the right time.
Don't bank on getting an inheritance, NZ kids are told.
Flowers arriving damaged, late, early or not at all are among potential Valentine's Day disappointments.
Staff give disoriented elderly women hugs, tea, rides home and food parcels.
You can help your children find financial success with this habit.
Older people spending up on travel do still have the kids' inheritance in mind, financial adviser says.
KiwiSaver architect will help people turn nest eggs into retirement income, "completing the square".
Despite rising premiums, Kiwis are flocking to buy medical insurance.
Many baby boomers are travelling the world on money meant for their children - and don't feel guilty about it.
It won't be easy, but here are some tips on how to shut your wallet and change your life.
Otago woman Louise* broke up with her husband three times. Each time, he left her with more debt.
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Restoring the ability of young Kiwis to buy a home will be a defining issue of the upcoming election.
Nigel Latta reveals how he has developed his own strategies to become better with money.
Marketers have convinced us that spending money is the way to show someone you really love them.