Institute of Financial Advisers takes a proactive stance on delivering business ethics training.
With Kiwis living longer, the Government needs to change its policies, economist tells Nelson conference.
Migration boom returns as Kiwis shun Australia and foreigners arrive, and risks reigniting the housing market.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - The Dominion PostID numbers issued to cut red tape and promote e-commerce.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - The Dominion PostThe Government has reported mixed results in its drive to make it easier for people to deal with the public service.
Former finance director of Sony Music Entertainment joins Kim Dotcom backed online music venture.
Alleged fraudster wanted by Swiss police after taking millions from Kiwi investors.
Kiwisaver investors could be $200,000 better off using capital guarantees than being defaulted into conservative funds, new research suggests.
The Reserve Bank will likely lift official interest rates on Thursday, but then put rates on hold, possibly until next year, economists say.
There is such a glut of cheap food available in New Zealand that we're cavalier about wasting it.
We need to flip on its head the perception that people who are sensible with their money are boring.
Not all of us are great extracting our information from printed material. Fortunately, there is another way.
With Auckland's housing supply under pressure, people are taking drastic measures to find shelter.
Car insurance is essential. Gap insurance less so. Drive carefully, and get a steering lock.
People aren't putting enough effort into their house, contents and car insurance, an industry insider says.
House prices are well out of kilter compared with incomes, rents and other countries, and at risk of a sharp fall, according to a report by NZIER.
Victims of Kapiti mortgage broker Kerry Buddle applauded the judge who jailed her for fraud.
Govt offering Chorus bridging loan to help it complete construction of the ultrafast broadband network.
Dairy price drops. Inflation. Plunging NZ dollar. What does it all mean for you and your wallet? Ask our expert.
Shoppers are being warned not to expect immediate prices cuts for milk, butter and cheese.
Official interest rate increases could be put on hold by a ''double-whammy'' drop in dairy prices and softer than expected inflation figures.
Rising power and building prices are costing more but overall annual inflation is lower than expected.
You've spent up a storm on the credit card and now that binge is racking up interest at a frightening rate. Don't panic.
As interest rates continue to rise, you could be better off renting rather than buying.
Kiwis spend on DIY and eating out, but a mild start to winter takes its toll on other habits.
Kiwis will be among first in the world to try out a new type of banking that needs little more than your mobile phone.
The dream of home-ownership could be flawed, according to research which seeks to answer the question: is it better to own or to rent?
Higher prices for power and food could see annual inflation heading close to 2 per cent.
Fewer houses are being sold in Wellington as mortgage-lending restrictions have slowed buyers.
Ian Thorpe's tell-all interview has prompted ASB Bank into adding diversity clauses to all its sponsorship contracts.
Mortgage restrictions and rising interest rates are being blamed for unusually weak winter house sales.
US movie box office takings may be plummeting but Kiwis are still flocking to the flicks.
Rental agents in Christchurch's tight housing market charging up to $1000 just to renew leases.
Some market commentators are pointing the finger at overseas investors using KiwiSaver.
Back in my high school days, the black market rate for a sneaky cigarette out on the rugby field was a standard $1.
With food prices at their highest in three years, low-income families are feeling the pinch.
OPINION: Some subjects just aren't sexy, like anything with the words ‘financial literacy' in it.
The number of homes for sale has dipped, but average prices - especially in Auckland - are at a record high.
Want to repay your mortgage faster? Of course, you do.
The price of a salad shot up last month, but prices for some fruit like bananas fell.
High NZ dollar is a boon for shoppers, who are taking advantage of lower prices to buy more gadgets.
Aussie finding that rising house prices are due to lack of land also applies in New Zealand, think tank says.
With debate raging about the price of coffee, Flight Coffee and Raglan Roast talk about what you get for your money.
Jobless in Wellington and with a $3000 carrot dangling, Sam O'Carroll couldn't turn down a move to Christchurch.
Couple fed up with huge winter power bills have built a solar-powered house.
NZ students' understanding of finance is linked to whether they are rich or poor, an OCED report suggests.
New Zealand developers are creating some of the most ground-breaking mobile banking innovations in the world.
More first-time buyers are using parents as guarantors, and most are dipping into KiwiSaver.
Some millionaires don't flaunt their wealth with sports cars, giant mansions or designer fashions.
The Dominion PostBusinesses can now sell shares to the public and borrow money from them with little red tape through licensed crowdfunding.