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Cooking the Books: What businesses need to know about a rough economy
If you think interest rates are hurting mortgage holders, it's even worse for businesses.
September KiwiSaver report: how did your fund perform?
A red September: How well did your KiwiSaver fund perform?
What it’s really like to quit your job and travel with the family
One couple decided it was now or never.
Rapidly rising rates bolster BNZ’s bottom line - CEO
CEO attributes bank's record bottom line to three key factors, not price gouging.
Westpac NZ annual profit drops 7pc, says it is well-positioned
The bank reported a net profit of $963 million for September year.
Can you afford a crisis? 7 savvy savers' tips for building an emergency fund
Tips from a beneficiary saving $10 a week, a student with $39k at 22, and a $1m family.
Cooking the Books podcast: How to budget without restriction
Nobody likes a budget, but there are ways to make them easier.
Former mortgage broker pleads guilty to dishonesty offences
Mortgage broker obtained home loans through false documents.
Making money as interest rates soar - what's the best option?
The favoured investments have all changed.
The squeeze coming for the $100b KiwiSaver industry
Up to 20 per cent of KiwiSaver providers are not making any money, Morningstar says.
Boomers not so okay: How different generations plan to fund retirement
Can you retire comfortably? Generations have divergent views on funding life after 65.
Jesse Mulligan on juggling three jobs: 'I think I’m probably the last generation of TV presenters'
The broadcaster talks financial advice, cheap eats and having three jobs.
Nick Stewart: Feel the fear and (don’t) do it anyway
OPINION: Forget Fomo, swings are inevitable no matter how trendy a product or stock is.
Cooking the Books podcast: How to take a small business international
If you're in a specialised area, going for a global customer base can be crucial.
Frances Cook: Why KiwiSaver for your kids may be a mistake
OPINION: You could accidentally hamstring them instead of giving them a head start.