Three Banking Ombudsman cases show how unreasonable, inconsistent and infuriating banks can be.
Despite earthquake, more Wellington businesses expect economy to grow than at any time since mid-2014.
Never mind the politics, what are the hard numbers on inequality in New Zealand?
A 1944 yacht listed for $1 has sold after a frantic two-week auction online.
Second company linked to man tied up in ACC bribery scandal liquidated.
OPINION: There's an unrecognised cash resource many of us don't know we have - holidays.
Where bankers may once have shunned technology, the opposite is true today.
Everyone manages the getting really drunk part at New Year, but not so much the self-improvement thing.
These days few people make it through life with one career - but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Over the years I've left wallets in cafes, I've let gift cards expire and paid fees on direct debits that bounced.
An overseas trip or a new car? Nope. It seems most of us would spend it on a house.
He sold his company to Snapchat for US$54m and travels the world, but hasn't spent a cent of his fortune.
The emails claim people can win prizes from New Zealand businesses that aren't actually directly involved.
Homeowners in Nelson can earn $400 a night renting out their homes over the busy summer period.
How much frugality could you stand? After a year's saving, one UK woman was in rags but thousands better off.
Budgeting services are expecting an influx of people as the Christmas financial hangover turns into a back-to-school nightmare.
In many parts of the country, plaster-clad houses are now selling for comparable prices to other homes.
Here are 10 ways that will guarantee your rise on the corporate ladder this year.
"Punishing" taxes aimed at getting Kiwis to ditch the smokes may have the opposite effect.
They couldn't afford it but they spent up at Christmas anyway. Now they're paying for it.
OPINION: It's time to make it easier for the little guy when dealing with powerful financial services companies.
New Zealand pizza lovers will not have to fork out extra dough for Domino's on Sundays.
OPINION: Beat the tax hikes and you won't have to watch your money go up in smoke.
Holiday homes in desirable locations across New Zealand can rake in thousands of dollars a week.
As you read this you are probably getting into the groove of your resolve to get fit or take on a new hobby.
A divorced woman who wants to start 2017 with a clean slate is looking for someone who will give her 1944 yacht lots of TLC.
Trustees are urging opponents of recent closure to consider the facts rather than emotion.
Tom Mortlock was unemployed for over a year, before a commercial laundry service gave him a chance.
Kiwis flashed the plastic while on holiday, with a jump in spending in the regions.
If your New Year's resolution this year is "I am going to spend less", you're doomed to fail.