“Nowadays you have to save for today, tomorrow and the future as well."
The gap between CEO and worker pay has been widening in recent decades.
“What does it take to blow $10,000 a year? Just $27.40 a day in miscellaneous spending.”
“The system that so desperately wants people off the system was trapping us in the system.”
But even if you’re not borrowing money, interest affects the price of everything in Aotearoa.
New Zealand moved to the Orange level of the traffic light system in mid-April.
They can even help determine what your beliefs and morals are.
"The most interesting thing about money is the absolute peace of mind it brings to your life."
Aotearoa has designated the American far-right group the Proud Boys as a terrorist entity.
The Money Free Party thinks so, but an economist is not sure.
How the Big Mac went from 75 cents to $7.10
The national average is 29%.
"Working to help whānau, that's my purpose of life aye."
News Editor Mandy Te outlines our money coverage.
Asking for a raise can feel awkward, uncomfortable and just plain terrifying.
A National MP deleted a “distressing” post.
“It’s not as though this knowledge is new, it’s an intrinsic part of who we are.”
"You’re going to be playing some beats while I am planting the trees.”
“If it’s just helping one person then it’s worth it. It can change people’s lives.”
Mountain biker Kate Weatherly's comments follow FINA's adoption of a new "gender inclusion policy".
Today Matariki reappeared in the dawn sky, signaling the beginning of the Māori New Year.
Re: talks to the Kirikiriroa-based artist about rest, whānau, what this time of year means to them.
For people who aren’t sure about what to do for Matariki, we've got you covered.
"There is a sexual revolution happening and Gen Z are at the heart of it."
“Anything we can do to increase supply should be looked at.”
“Our heart breaks for rainbow communities in Tauranga waking up to this news this morning.”
Harrison talked to the star and director of the new film where nobody makes any sense.
I want to make one thing clear, the housing market is in no way chill. It’s still very much fucked.
This comes as concerns around the cost of living crisis continue to mount.
Rangatahi asked politicians about poverty, period products and lowering the voting age in NZ.