A cheesy aerobics video ad campaign has led to Inland Revenue handing out an extra $50 million in tax refunds.
New scheme offering investors shares in residential property from as little as $1000.
OPINION: With average 9.9 per cent rates rises, it's time for Aucklanders to tighten those belts again.
Lowest home loan rate in two years is likely to be followed by more deals to come.
OPINION: We look at Heartland New Zealand, who haven't put a foot wrong lately.
Grocery shoppers are a promiscuous bunch, but the big supermarket chains want to earn back their loyalty.
Few would dispute that giving is good. It's not just the recipients of giving who benefit.
Grosvenor SRI Growth KiwiSaver Fund - a growth fund with an ethical twist.
Each week we profile a money word or phrase. This week: IMF.
Warring valuers are at odds over how to value lost antique jewellery.
OPINION: Pawnbrokers have to stick by the rules. Here's what you need to know.
Auckland houses are now 56 per cent less affordable than homes elsewhere in the country.
Sharpen your knives- it's time to butcher kitchen power costs.
Floating mortgage rates are tipped to fall sharply this year, but depositors will feel more pain.
OPINION: If faced with a large vet's bill, I'd prefer to ask the vet to put the animal down and stick the money in the kids' education account.
Almost nobody is using the rates postponement schemes councils around the country offer.
Between 1991 and 2012, New Zealand had undetected Ponzi schemes operating.
ACC has admitted thousands of motorists have been overcharged for their car registrations.
OPINION: None of us are above taking advice and we should all seek wisdom from others to strengthen our financial position.
Up to 210 new homes will be built after Cabinet approves Special Housing Areas in Papamoa and Ohauiti.
OPINION: It seems expensive to hire advisers, but going alone can be even costlier.
Secrets to staying toasty this winter without racking up a huge power bill.
The $24 million Lotto prize has gone to a "very well deserving family".
How does your salary stack up compared to the opposite sex?
Wellington lawyer must pay back $454,0000 in fictitious profits paid to him in a massive Ponzi scheme.
They haven't even left primary school, but two lucky kids have already landed their dream job.
The negatives of being sacked may seem to outweigh the positives, but there could be unexpected gains.
Treasury warns that some of the Reserve Bank's rules on mortgage borrowing may be outside its mandate.
The Government may have to go into the business of turning people's KiwiSaver nest eggs into lifetime income