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The wife of a US millionaire has successfully frozen US$6.5 million (NZ$9.4m) he had stashed in New Zealand.
OPINION: It must be almost winter. I know this because my dad has grudgingly retired his stubbies, and hardly anyone gave me the side-eye when I wore my Kmart Ugg boots to the supermarket this week.
Annoyed BNZ customers are calling for compensation after its systems crashed leaving eftpos cards and ATMs out of action.
OPINION: For most couples, the biggest financial challenge in life is finding the deposit to buy a first home.
Aucklanders cashing up their properties and moving to retirement villages are pocketing Lotto-sized chunks of equity.
Customers who have not tried to switch power company in the past two years are probably being ripped off, one new market player says.
Investing in warmth-promoting technology can bring down both renters' and homeowners' power bills as the cold weather bites.
A Queenstown author and Airbnb host wants others to stop feeling guilty about letting rooms in their homes to visitors.
It's become expected that for most of the country's highest-paying, highest-profile roles, you need a tertiary qualification.
People are hitting retirement with big mortgages still to pay off, and shelling out for life insurance policies in case they die in debt.