The cops won’t ping you for an expired WOF. But your insurance might

Driving around with an expired WOF after the deadline was extended in March? You may want to get that looked at if you want your insurance to pay out. 

A 2020 buyer’s guide to Android phones in New Zealand

When the iPhone owns less than half the market, what are the best Android alternatives at every budget?

Risky business: Why playing it safe with your finances isn’t always the best bet

'Risk' isn't a popular concept in these uncertain times, but rather than running for the hills, think about your goals and assess the risks accordingly.

How $10 more a week in KiwiSaver now could lead to thousands in the future

How important are contributions? How much will I need for retirement? Gillian Boyes from the FMA explains.

Money Archive

The Vic Deals community is imploding over claims of racism and hypocrisy

One of the largest community Facebook groups in New Zealand has being roiled by a controversy over free speech and Black Lives Matter.

Live updates, June 8: New Zealand to move to alert level one at midnight tonight

The latest on the Covid-19 crisis and other major news lines in New Zealand and around the world, updated throughout the day.

The giant Work and Income benefits bungle, explained

For years, Work and Income has been telling New Zealanders they couldn't get the benefit until their redundancy payments ran out. Turns out, it was wrong.

Remote working could change how, and where, we earn a living

For some people, living and working in a small town might become a whole lot easier.

Covid-19 live updates, May 24: No new cases, Baker talks up trans-Tasman bubble

The latest on the Covid-19 crisis in New Zealand and around the world, updated throughout the day.

Covid-19 live updates, May 23: No new cases; NZ company to start working on vaccine

The latest on the Covid-19 crisis in New Zealand and around the world, updated throughout the day.

Public transport is safe. So why is Wilson Parking warning commuters against it?

A new ad campaign that claims "crowded public transport" is a danger to your bubble is stoking unfounded fears, writes Thomas Nash.

All the weird and wonderful creative tributes to Dr Ashley Bloomfield

Would you like a slice of Ashley Bloomfield cake with your Ashley Bloomfield earrings?

The psychology of why we accept pay cuts

With many workers being asked to take voluntary pay cuts, it begs the question: why are so many of us compelled to accept?

Online shopping soared at level three. So what have we actually been buying?

Gaming consoles, exercise bikes, DVDs and paint – turns out what we’re buying says a lot about what we’ve been doing in lockdown.

Making the most of the Covid-19 sharemarket dip

The dos and don’ts of investing during a big market decline.

A guide to surviving the upcoming recession

With the global economy due for another slowdown, here are five simple ways to financially protect yourself.