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Economist Cameron Bagrie talks to Liam Dann about money, politics and changing the world
Australia is set to move its rate up from 9.5pc to 12 per cent over the next four years.
It's not just for the young ones, either.
Research from the Financial Services Council has revealed where Kiwis are investing.
Researchers want your help to break through cultural barrier.
But there is no firm timeframe on when it will it will happen.
OPINION: Swallow your pride and make sacrifices.
Major insurer plans cost increases from September.
While bank profits bounced back from the Covid drops, depositors face a different scenario
OPINION: Beware of scammers and hackers, salespeople, even your own family members.
Take the long-term view and lie back and watch your money grow.
New podcast: Green MP on gangster rap, living on 2-minute noodles and left-wing economics.
There are reasons for optimism, but it should be cautious optimism.
Smart first home buyers could have an opportunity soon.
National's Andrew Bayly says NZ needs new strategies to grow the economy.
Laybuy is targeting growth in the UK market where it is soon to boost its retail access.
Borrowers and investors would be wise to take heed of likely interest rate rises.
OPINION: Get yourself a better rate by shopping around.
The new KiwiSaver default schemes weren't chosen for their past returns.
The action relates to alleged breaches of the anti-money laundering law.
AMP has acknowledged the proceedings being brought by ASIC.
A good system includes the things that make you happy.