The biggest number of newcomers is expected to join the list in over 20 years.
While hitting the books, students are collectively earning more than they have in nine years.
Life’s tougher without a significant other – just ask anyone trying to buy a house in Auckland on one income.
An Auckland woman is left reeling by a hefty and surprising bill thanks to a rule that catches migrants.
Firms in the finance sector, regulators, and other authorities all have a part to play in managing cyber security risks.
After 25 years, the Banking Ombudsman should know all the secrets.
Here's a golden opportunity - you could save $20,000 a year minding someone else's home and pets.
Potential buyers of specialist supermarket chain have a week to make an offer for the stores.
Fewer than half of KiwiSaver members think fees explained well.
Fund researcher says some investors paying extra even when they aren't getting exceptional returns.
OPINION: Smokefree New Zealand. Bring it on, and increase our KiwiSaver contributions.
Here's how to salvage your retirement if you're approaching 65 as a tenant.
New Zealand's pensioners have it good - younger generations, not so much, one researcher says.
Report shows Southland still offers most affordable houses.
The shameful truth is, I'm 33 and have never managed to stick to a budget.
Retirement isn't the first thing we think about when we're burdened with student loans.
It's outrageous, says caller. Spark says it's the rules, and she'll get most of it back.
Hands up who wanted to be Carrie from Sex and the City when they grew up?
Most Kiwis got the memo we should be saving for retirement, but what if you're near the end of your working life with nothing to show?
Rattles, trumpets and wind-up snakes are some of the toys a budget retailer sold with choking hazards.
If you're going to use your KiwiSaver to buy a house, the sooner you do it the better.
If I could write the blurb for a job-search website, I'd borrow this line: "Finding a great job is not like a scavenger hunt."
It's come a long way - but just like any 10-year-old, it still has a lot of growing up to do.
Shoppers expecting layby should know their rights when using new buy now, pay later services, Consumer NZ says.
Inflation is slowly but surely robbing you blind. Here's how to fight back.
Clair Kirby was left with few choices but to sue, if her leaky home was ever going to be fixed.
OPINION: Duncan Garner is astonished at how much cheaper basic food items are in Australia.
New Zealanders have almost $150 billion in savings accounts, and it's losing value every day.
Parenting alone? Here's how to get a handle on your finances.
OPINION: What can we do for New Zealanders who cannot afford to save for their retirements?