Finance Minister Grant Robertson says it's about "striking a balance".
A basic mistake means people could miss out on a $521 rebate.
A new survery has found growing distrust in salespeople and protections for buyers.
You're far more likely to have a decent retirement if you do the boring thing and save.
One in five Kiwis can't afford Christmas, the Salvation Army revealed.
It could cost you anywhere between $300,000 and $1 million. Luckily, it's easy to fix.
KiwiSavers are being urged not to panic in the face of market drops.
The winner of last Wednesday's Powerball prize remains none the wiser.
PaySauce hopes it will stop payday lenders burying people under debt.
He has one simple piece of advice for how to protect yourself.
Invest in unicorns - but watch out for AIDS goats.
Diane Maxwell says we need to stop thinking about 65 as the 'retirement' age.
Could this be why shoppers at malls are bathed in a constant, bright white light?
Moody's has reaffirmed NZ's AAA credit rating, but warned falling house prices could undo it all.
Grey Power says calls to raise the superannuation age are "reprehensible".
The Retirement Commissioner says increasing the age of superannuation is a "no-brainer", but the Government's adamant there's no need to do anything.
Pay packets are rising at their fastest rate since 2007, but it's partly because we're working longer hours.
A survey has revealed at least 60 percent of us stress out at least once a week over finances, heath and job security.
It is Money Week. Here are three tips for helping your kids to become smarter about saving and the value of a dollar.
It is Money Week, so here are some tips for ways you can save some cash without taking all the fun out of your life.
There is no one answer to the question of how much we need to save for our retirement. It all depends on what sort of retirement lifestyle we hope to have.
Peer-to-peer money lender Harmoney is being charged with misleading consumers into thinking they had been pre-approved for a personal loan.
Darryl Evans, chief of the in-demand Mangere Budgeting Services, says it's time to stop "throwing stones" at parents struggling to feed their kids.
The Government's being told there's no point in paying homeless people $5000 to leave Auckland if there's no support available to them where they end up.
Do you know how much you will have actually saved by the time you stop working? A new survey suggests many KiwiSavers have no idea whether they are saving enough.