Payments giant call on governments to drive economies cashless.
OPINION: There comes a time when you have to stop sponging off the bank of mum and dad, and start acting like a real adult.
OPINION: New Year's resolutions are easily broken, so take a set-and-forget approach to your finances.
International index ranks Hamilton as being more expensive to live than Auckland, but New Zealand economists are dubious.
OPINION: Are music lessons for the children killing your savings?
If you want to change your life, now's a great time to start.
Here's how to avoid shelling out megabucks to separate from your spouse.
Even parents of kids in state schools can expect to spend almost $40k educating them.
Southern Cross doesn't require people to tick male or female on its insurance application forms.
For first-home buyers, this wasn't the Christmas present they were hoping for.
A report ordered by National largely backs Labour's plans to reform central bank, but the new Government is hardly crowing.
More spending going on plastic - but we only pay about a third of the bill each month.
Bill-payers realise they have options for their electricity.
There's a little taste of happiness in a part of town where people are on a tight budget.
Christchurch has NZ's best classic car culture, says upmarket car dealership.
New owners could see values drop before they've stepped in the door.
Property prices will slide as policies frighten investors out of the market, bank says.
Local retailers are catching up on their offshore counterparts on the internet battleground.
After a year of price rises, December offered some relief for butter buyers.
Young entrepreneurs pick up the skills needed in a changing world - how can you help your kids do the same?
Arthur Green and Matilda Rice jump aboard the convenience food bandwagon.
What can you do when things go wrong and the items you buy aren't up to scratch?
I was surprised at what I could and couldn't buy Kiwi-made.
Shelling out for a solar power system doesn't always pay off, energy authority warns.
OPINION: If someone tells you cryptocurrency can only go up, smile politely and then walk in the opposite direction.
Lack of rain sparks price warning but retailers not fazed.
There's a reason people often get sick as soon as they take time off.
Auckland job ad growth is near zero - but some employers may have just given up advertising.
It's not too late to become a landlord, even if you don't have millions to spare.
No, Whittaker's doesn't want you as a taste tester. It's all a scam. A sad, bitter scam.