Kiwi households are being given the chance to band together to negotiate a better deal on their electricity bills.
Healthy eating doesn't have to mean forking out hundreds of dollars weekly for pre-prepared food plans.
Owners of NZ's rentals are often part-timers with no experience, and it can backfire spectacularly on them.
Kiwi-owned banks are tops with customers, but generate more complaints to the Banking Ombudsman.
Receiving a financial windfall, while great news, can leave most of us in a pickle on what to do with the money.
Green MP says his country-of-origin labelling bill may not go far enough.
The life insurance industry used to be one of the unhealthiest industries to work in.
Millennials want to pay using finger print scanners.
This is not a joke - there’s more than $500 on the line, and the clock is ticking, writes Richard Meadows.
New technology could streamline process of buying and selling houses.
ANZ says technical error led to credit cards being 'retained' by ATMs.
Move to reduce amount of pay tied to selling product are likely to have an influence on New Zealand.
I have managed to hide from the police for nearly 18 months, but it seems they have finally tracked me down.
Consumer NZ launches next step in campaign against drip pricing, calling for law change.
OPINION: Consumer NZ is joining an international investigation into websites that cash in on fans' disappointment.
Finance company and beauty queen turned estate agent accused of sabotaging sale of Terry Serepisos' mum's apartment.
Don't expect to earn more than $5 a pop selling secondhand chain store brands, stylist says.
OPINION: Splitting up is never easy, here's how you can avoid making it any harder.
Interest rates are starting to climb after several years of record lows. Should you break and refix for longer before it's too late?
Shoppers looking for appliances will no longer be able to look for an Energy Star sticker to indicate superior efficiency.
Public relations people give advice we know is right, but sometimes it's not palatable to those whom we're advising.
The cost of living is rising at the fastest level since 2011 as food and fuel prices climb.
BNZ's chief financial officer offers up some advice.
Cyclone Cook has resulted in 390 insurance claims worth just over $800,000 - fewer than expected.
We're living precarious financial lives. There's eight things we can do and, yes, buying a house is one.
New Zealanders placed seventh of 13 countries in a survey of their own perceptions of their financial wellbeing.
If you are a house hunter wondering when you missed your shot to get into the Auckland property market,TradeMe has the answer.
Many New Zealanders' are living precarious financial existences, a survey by insurer Cigna shows.
Judging travel insurance on price alone is risky, but comparing policies can be hard.
It exists - and it's growing. But unfortunately, it's not all good news.