You don't have to go far to find a young person complaining about Baby Boomers.
OPINION: Giving your adult kids money can be a minefield.
OPINION: We're now taking such large home loans, it even makes a 40-year mortgage sound sane.
If you're worried about maintaining your credit score, take care in how you apply for cards and loans.
Policy-holders caught out by fine print.
NZ households earn 40% more than they did 10 years ago. Is putting a roof over our heads getting harder?
Mobil’s new reward scheme a whole lot more to Kiwi drivers.
Westpac and BNZ have confirmed they are looking at launching roboadvice services.
Three generations of Zaheer Khan's family live together in their five-bedroom Dannemora house, which puts them among a rising number of Kiwis opting to become multi-generational households.
Superfund boss earns $1.2m a year, and he's just got another pay rise almost three times what was recommended.
Prices rising faster than some economists predicted.
The price is right, the deal is done ... but the money to buy that house has gone.
AMP takes another tack to educate its default savers about switching funds.
Inflation tipped to run below 2 per cent again.
New Zealand's sharemarket is seeing remarkable gains - can it continue?
NZ-based South African Sonya Joubert faced up to 15 years in jail in her home country over the case.
Selling her Whangamata home and living in a modified Mazda Bongo Brawny made 2017 a great year for Jackie Norman.
OPINION: The clever behavioural tweaks for spending less and saving more.
Spending figures show older Kiwis, not millenials, are the biggest dine-out spenders.
But don't expect it to fix housing affordability problems, says BNZ boss.
A $1 bottle of spray and wipe cleaner gets near perfect score on Consumer test.
Crowdfunded firm now in administration prompts reminder to investors of risks involved.
New tool to help determine whether it's worth putting solar panels on your house.
When Frances* left her husband after 20 years and four children together, she did not anticipate how hard it would be to get her half of their assets.
Amazon moves to make it easier for the teen dollar to be spent with them as online business heats up.
OPINION: Young people live in a post-privacy age, but some are living so openly online, they are courting disaster.
Avoiding annual migration dips if you want a better sale price, data suggests.
Butter a luxury as prices continue to rise, and wet weather pushes up the cost of kumara.
Call for independent process to check what promises will really cost.
If you want to start your own business, it doesn't have to be the next Amazon or LinkedIn to be a success.