Rental store gets dressing-down for letting two beneficiaries sink almost $40,000 into house items.
This Christmas, give the gift of uselessness. And where better to find it than at a mall.
Waiting periods for people wanting to break a term deposit is the latest fallout from the global financial crisis.
Petrol and diesel prices have fallen again, dropping another 2 cents a litre today.
Some householders in for a shock after cap which protected them from up to 40 per cent rate rises is voted down.
Under the spotlight: AMP KiwiSaver ANZ Balanced Plus Fund.
Quality of the property trust's assets goes some way to justifying the current premium being paid in the market.
Despite rising housing costs outstripping a rise in income, most Kiwis are happy with life.
There are some milestones you need to keep an eye out for if you want to stay free of money worries.
Pensioner who lost $1m in life savings and wife's funeral fund to lawyer's scam says he is financially crippled.
Over 11,000 new land and building consents have been granted in the first year of the Auckland housing accord.
Low-equity bank loans hit year-high, but first-home buyers aren't finding it easier to secure a loan.
Banks are tightening up on letting people withdraw savings from term deposits early.
"Consummate liar" lawyer fleeced investors of millions in his 21-year "predatory" Ponzi scheme.
Salvation Army says more single men are going without power and hot water to make ends meet.
January is a bad month for social services charity Barnardos.
There are endless arguments about which makes most money sense and no easy answer.
Women can be hard financially hit when their husband dies, especially if they haven't managed the family finances before.
Another petrol station admits docking workers' wages to pay for drive-off petrol thieves.
Kiwi retailers investigated for misleading sale pricing as Australian authorities launch crackdown on practice.
NZ 24-hour sale is designed to emulate the United States' Cyber Monday online sales day.
Kiwibank temporarily closes the door on mortgage borrowers with small deposits.
A fool and his money are soon parted - an old proverb but never been more true.
Santa's sleigh is going to be bulging with board games, action figures and life-like robot animals.
Insurers have a whole arsenal of arguments to avoid paying jewellery claims. Here's what you can do to beat them.
Bah! Humbug! Plenty of people have Ebenezer Scrooge's reaction to Christmas but it's not necessary.
After a life spent analysing funds, there can be few with more investment savvy in the country than Binu Paul.
Paying off consumer debt can be difficult and debt consolidation is not always the answer.
Safety features on the new notes are more sophisticated, even if the colours aren't.
Resist the pressure to provide a picture-perfect occasion on December 25.