Despite the advertising, choosing your KiwiSaver provider is not the key decision to make.
Confession time: I own too much stuff. I bet you do, too.
The Reserve Bank is pushing a new way of restricting mortgage lending.
An Otahuhu pilot project that helps get people off high-interest loans is being extended.
Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown enjoys the simple things in life.
OPINION: It seems that nearly everywhere I go now, I am served by people in their 60s or even 70s.
For author John Lanchester, understanding the language of money was liberating.
How to hold onto the purse strings when the kids are on vacation.
The economic party might be winding down but shoppers aren't ready to leave the dance floor.
A rental housing warrant of fitness won't get introduced without government leadership, a health advocate says.
Lower rent, cheaper food and less tax are top of young people's financial wishlist before tomorrow's election.
Anti-poverty campaign Live Below the Line challenges people to feed themselves for just $2.25 a day.
There's close to a million dollars difference in property values between two Hamilton streets.
Property expert Mal James provides advice on a three-point-plan that will help you find the perfect new home.
A survey from the world's most senior bank confirms NZ houses are close to being the globe's most unaffordable.
Kiwi online shoppers and holidaymakers will be the likely winners if Scotland votes for independence.
Vendors didn't follow advice over the sale of an Auckland mansion which fell through two years later, real estate agent says.
Growing veges, having your own chooks and selling unwanted stuff online are great starters for savings.
AA says fuel companies should drop diesel prices by 2 cents, but petrol prices are about right.
Construction materials supplier Steel & Tube warns shareholders about a potential below-market offer.
KiwiSaver members missed out on about $400 million in tax credits last year, according to ANZ.
Our financial literacy isn't too shabby but we need to get advice from more than just banks and family.
The cost of living may be high, but there are always little things you can do that add up in savings.
Non-profits harnessing the pulling power of reality TV to get you to open your wallets.
Banks will surrender parts of their businesses to a new breed of competitors that match borrowers and lenders online.
It's not uncommon to see high-pressure sales techniques when people come door to door.
There may be no such thing as a free lunch but there sure is a cheap and nutritious one.
Dentists are turning to finance companies in a bid to fill their clinics.
DJ Manchoo tells Rob Stock the poor and middle class are under growing pressure.
Watching Grand Designs can lead to dangerous things, as Jon Bridges found out.
Over 100 retailers are expected to take part in this year's Click Monday online shopping promotion, organisers say.
Median house prices edged up 1 per cent last month but sales nosedived, REINZ says.
Jacob Smith tries to shed some light on the economic impacts of increasing the minimum wage.
NZ shell companies may have played a part in the biggest money-laundering operation in Eastern Europe.
Insurance broking firm owner found guilty of not passing on about $2.5m in premiums from clients to insurers.
Latest Reserve Bank move may keep a lid on fixed home loan rates, but there are other forces at play.
Our approach to saving is more practical than financial genius, but I never want to worry about money.
Apple has finally thrown its weight behind mobile payments, in what has been described as a "huge step" towards a truly walletless society.
OPINION: People who plan ahead are prepared financially, but buying on emotion gets you into financial trouble.
How can Kiwis get ahead when it comes to saving? If you've got any top tips on spending less, share them here.
All rental properties would be required to have a WOF under the Maori Party's housing policy.
Labour rejects NZIER report that calls capital gains tax flawed.
Improved disclosure requirements for KiwiSaver have not translated to lower fees, according to a new survey.
Healthy eating might seem prohibitively expensive - but it is possible to do it on a shoestring budget.
Woman admits using EQC cars, fuel cards, and a cellphone for her own purposes while on staff.
Labour promises to cap interest rates to crack down on predatory lenders.
Land supply restrictions and costly planning rules are behind overpriced housing market, Bill English says.
Charities turning to online listings to sell donated items and raise much-needed cash.
Sir Peter Leitch, the Mad Butcher himself, loves telling the story of how an "idiot" got ahead.
If you're an average Joe don't pretend to be a big-shot with a platinum or gold credit card.