Labour says it will introduce a tax rate of 39 percent on income over $180,000.
Households are encouraged to use the powerswitch website to check if they're paying too much for power.
Financial experts suggest saving three-to-six months of income.
The Commission for Financial Capability says for one in five New Zealanders, financial and relationship stresses go hand-in-hand.
A Kiwi woman is urging others to plan for the unexpected and get a will in-place.
The average Westpac customer has a credit card limit of $8500 and a balance of just over $2000.
What do Kiwi top talents do with their money?
Public Trust says wills are just as much about leaving memories as material possessions.
A silver lining of the pandemic is that people have kept more money in their pocket.
Economists now expect the Official Cash Rate to fall below zero by mid-2021.
If goods or services can't be provided, customers may be able to get their money back.
Finance experts say it's an important time to get guidance.
With the exception of 18-30 year-olds, attitudes towards money have improved.
An ANZ confidence survey shows people intend to reign in spending
Lotto's $26m Powerball is up for grabs but players are more likely to win by saving.
Prices dropped 0.6 percent in the June quarter, but were up 1.1 percent year-on-year.
A quarter of Kiwis plan to invest in the coming year.
Withdrawing savings now could result in 25 percent less income at retirement.
"Fashion is meant to say who you are before you open your mouth."
Enjoy free time with the kids and hang on to your cash.
Five steps to help employees move forward after redundancy.
Members have until June 30 to qualify for the free Government contribution.
The choice of model could add $1500 to the repair bill.
The Financial Services Council report shows a link between financial and general wellbeing.
Choosing the right phone and plan will avoid costly mistakes.
Outside of the main centres, hospitality spend went up by 45 percent.
Major purchase intentions have improved but over half of respondents expect bad times ahead.
The new criteria is expected to help purchasers make wise decisions.