Auckland house bought for $390,000 and sold the next day for $500,000. Welcome to the art of property flipping.
Property plays a big part in many wealthy Kiwis' portfolios.
I should have seen this coming. Last week's column, which discussed the possibility of a bank failure, brought the gold bugs crawling out of the woodwork.
Is Inflation really dead?
Banks are changing the way customers receive financial statements as customers favour digital over snail mail.
Young cancer sufferer's dad says 5% fee may add to stress of some campaigners.
When prices are up to 59% over CV, official valuations are all but irrelevant.
Shoppers who have paid thousands in deposits for wedding dresses may be left out of pocket.
Recruitment consultant admits defrauding mostly foreign workers and gambling away the money.
How about making artificial sweat or manually deleting subscribers from a list?
Students told to do the sums on what they will get in return for their tertiary fees.
OPINION: What use is having lots of money if you don't get any enjoyment out of it?
We're paying too much for KiwiSaver, but a low-cost alternative is about to arrive.
Rufus Dawe was a colourful economist in a grey profession.
This is what it takes to make NZ's rich list. And it could be harder than you think.
Lorde, Taika Waititi, Sam Neill, Steven Adams. They've done alright. But how well?
Face Value: Rangatira Investment's Phil Veal says he invests in "beer, bacon and rollercoasters".
Kiwi Wealth KiwiSaver bosses insist global investing is best, despite a slump in returns.
There is increasing muttering about a looming house price correction. What happens if prices fall once you've bought a house?
Financial markets regulator issues guide for banks, insurers and other financial services providers who now have to meet conduct requirements.
Any fall in property prices could become very steep because of huge debt, economist Shamubeel Eaqub predicts.
OPINION: Most households can save significant amounts just by switching power company.
Price rises for Auckland, Northland and West Coast criticised by submitters.
Wednesday was the star-studded glitzy unveiling of the chain's first NZ outlet.
Parents of some private school kids are writing off fees as donations for tax rebates.
Hamish McIntosh appeals decision ordering him to hand back $450,000 he withdrew from massive ponzi scheme.
More people want to make a difference when they open their wallets.
Anyone in need of company can sign up to his Japanese online service to rent a man for $13.60 an hour.
A Dunedin man's collection of more than 400 working boomboxes is up for auction.
Credit card debts at the end of June were lower than in June last year, and growing financial literacy may help explain it.