Property investors say low interest rates and demand from foreign investors and migrants will keep the market strong.
Reserve Bank did not need to lift interest rates this year and may not need to raise them again next year, as low inflation is balancing out growth.
Financial Markets Authority is monitoring potentially misleading advertising about British pension scheme funds.
IRD says Auckland man ignored offers of help over $1 million owed in tax.
Nearly 6 per cent of dwellings in Auckland never use heating, according to a new survey by Statistics NZ.
Bank of New Zealand is warning customers to stay vigilant, as victims of scams are on the rise.
The firms, controlled by 1980s high-flier Allan Hawkins, face criminal charges for allegedly misleading debtors.
OPINION: Don't let go of your common sense go when it comes to spending money this Christmas.
Finance company profits double despite banks targeting their customers.
Wedding rings, fillings, grandpa's watch, dust - all are reborn as shiny new bullion.
OPINION: How to keep your hard-earned cash safe over the Christmas season.
If you never quite pay off your credit card balance, you should probably avoid reward schemes.
Scam email asks customers to "kindly complete the verification process to avoid account suspension".
After a sluggish start to the Christmas shopping season, people now appear happier to open their wallets.
We're spending more on entertainment and at the supermarket this year.
A healthy supply of rental properties offers tenants plenty of choice, Trade Me says.
It's the quality and variety of your social contacts, not the number, that counts.
OPINION: Some lucky Californians were paying US$2.55 a gallon for their petrol on Friday. That's around 80 cents a litre.
Cars, televisions and an Australian holiday could become cheaper next year, while exporters might also be better off due to the mixed outlook for the New Zealand dollar.
Schlepping your life's accumulation of junk from house to house is exhausting, but provides a unique opportunity to de-clutter.
Antonia Watson learned the hard way to spurn speculative stocks and now goes long.
"We've lost everything....Can you imagine being almost 60 and all of a sudden you owe $800,000?"
Once again, the Poms are getting a better deal on the new All Blacks jersey than Kiwis.
How do you figure out how much life insurance cover you need?
A petrol station owner who docked workers' wages when customers drove off without paying is selling up after the backlash.
Judge who sentenced former SCF director Edward Sullivan on five charges had never before seen such an "impressive array of character references when sentencing someone".
High-profile expat investor has had a US$3.4m claim against him dismissed.
The $220,000 held in trust will be released to pay counsel who represented NZ's biggest fraudster, David Ross.
Consumer confidence perks up as petrol prices dive in the run-up to Christmas.
OPINION: Some investors are buying multiple homes in South Auckland.