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Personal Finance
03:27
Changes urged to make Super equitable for Māori, Pasifika
07:11
Brutal reality of retirement in the Bay of Plenty
How does NZ’s Super Scheme compare to the world?
Retirement Commissioner: NZ Superannuation – play with it at your peril
11:19
Robertson answers FAQs about Covid financial support
Sharesies warned over lax anti-money laundering procedures
Woman takes fight to pyramid schemes targeting Auckland Pasifika
Fair Go: Credit Union members fear hefty funeral bills as bereavement scheme considers closing
Only a fifth of Kiwis know their rights when taking out loans
Westpac warned for not complying with anti-money laundering rules
Kiwis spend big on food and clothes in July
Property industry the biggest contributor to the economy
Investors, home buyers borrowing less, data shows
Inflation at highest level in nearly a decade, on back of $1 petrol price hike
Fifteen per cent increase in vege prices in June the largest since 2017
ANZ changes apartment lending rules in bid to help first homebuyers
KiwiSaver providers in the spotlight as survey reveals best and worst
Influencers beware: FMA releases guide to talking about money online
Exclusive: NZ's largest mortgage lender slashes interest rates on new builds
Tips to keep your house warm and your wallet full this winter
ASB caught overcharging fees, ordered to repay customers $9 million
06:09
Most Kiwis don't trust their bank, many feel they are charged too much
02:38
Crypto investor encourages more women to join the one in five Kiwis investing in cryptocurrencies
02:41
'Extreme measure' - Large jump in people withdrawing KiwiSaver funds to survive
Bank offers 'market-leading' sub-two per cent floating rate for new builds
02:59
KiwiSaver scheme overhaul set to see many Kiwis end up with more cash in the bank
06:57
Jailed fraudster could have more victims awaiting investigation by police
Bank deposits up to $100,000 to be guaranteed by Government
01:12
Reserve Bank keeps official cash rate at record low
03:17
Economist believes more beneficiaries will end up in debt after Government loans total revealed
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