"Some of NZ's social challenges have been magnified as we've gone through lockdown."
You don't know unless you ask.
The research found 55 percent of Kiwis are lacking confidence in their financial stability.
Kiwis stocked up on liquor, hardware, homeware and recreational goods.
Kiwibank and ANZ are among the banks providing options to help with mortgages.
The loan will be bigger when the holiday ends.
Investing in a pandemic for low-risk savers.
People are advised to protect their personal data - and their health.
'Once we made the move, we wanted to make it deliberate.'
Low interest rates are among the tools available to help borrowers.
Easing fuel prices are positive news for cash-strapped motorists.
'The market goes up and down like an escalator: we're in that elevator fall'.
'Don't erode your capital base'.
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From 23c per roll, loo roll shoppers still come out flush.
'Look at cheaper regions which are playing catch-up.'
Spending on cards issued in China was also up
A cut to the Official Cash Rate is on the horizon.
Players are arguing about the benefits of buying in-store versus online.
Jane Brebner is putting her cards on the table ahead of Saturday's draw.
'I earn more as a self-employed freelancer than I did in a full-time role.'
World shares have fallen five days in a row - and it's hitting our KiwiSaver investments.
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The possible returns from fixed interest, property and shares.
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Experts share top tips for a financially fruitful relationship.
"I prefer the flexibility and liquidity of equities," Blair Vernon says.
"My goal is to clear my credit card so I can afford to go to Algeria."
Alex Casey goes on a hunt to find the rarest $10 note in the land.