OPINION: Do you know that there is really no one such thing as “retirement”?
Korean buyers may have open access to New Zealand's housing market assured under a new trade deal.
OPINION: The budget's $25m allocation to support innovation will face challenges.
Retail shopping isn't bad for your financial health, says Mark Knoff-Thomas, unless you abuse your credit card to do it.
Snapper will put its focus on selling its mobile payment know-how to the world.
Experts believe poor families need their benefit quadrupled.
Payments will be flushed through the banking system within the hour.
Times have got so hard for first time homebuyers that over 1000 have joined the First Home Buyers' Club in the hopes of getting their toes on the first rung of the property ladder.
Commerce Commission report says appliance sellers misleading customers with "worthless add-ons" like extended warranties.
Employers are banning departing employers from updating their LinkedIn profiles.
"Code of responsible borrowing" to be distributed as a companion to new rules for lenders.
OPINION: In an age where we accumulate lots of 'stuff', cluttered lives are increasingly common in finances too, writes Liz Koh.
Budget means a $25 boost a week, but piles pressure back on with extra working hours rule, says single mum.
$1000 kick-start has been axed, and tax credits could be next on the block.
We're living longer, but our health is not keeping up. What does that mean for retirement savings?
Up to $1.7b in child support debt is to be written off as IRD aims to increase payments.
This week KiwiSaver Spotlight looks at the Aon ANZ Balanced Fund.
Our money word of the week.
OPINION: Broker Grant Davies takes a closer look at Infratil.
A New Plymouth woman has been awarded more than $9000 after being unjustifiably dismissed for allegedly stealing a magazine.
OPINION: You don't need a commerce degree to put together a decent household budget.
Ponzi schemes, theft, and contract loopholes have stripped investors bare.
Sometimes being frugal leads people to do things that are just plain weird.
With the Budget coming up on Thursday we ask people in the Waikato what they think of the way the government manages their money.
Ongoing house price increases are creating a generation of renters.
When things in your financial life turn bearish, it's important to have all your survival gear ready and waiting.
Government is poised to free up more land to ease the pressure on Auckland housing.
With official interest rates poised to move lower, homeowners could soon be jumping for joy.
NZ's economic growth is lower in the last two years than it averaged over the last 20.