Personal debt in New Zealand is growing. But instead of hiding the true extent of what we owe, New Zealanders should be talking about how we got here – and what needs to change.
My research suggests City firms’ efforts to deliver more equal representation at the top have not worked because they were never meant to.
Money-saving tips for people with pets.
An expert in the field of cryptocurrencies answers the question: Is crypto really here to stay or is it just a fad?
Parents and caregivers are the greatest influence on children’s financial socialisation.
By following these unusual energy-saving tips, you will not only cut costs but will also help to conserve resources for future generations.
Our relationship with money is complex – but when it comes time to indulge or resist the sales, a few tricks can help your spending.
Wilma Mankiller’s groundbreaking tenure as chief of the Cherokee Nation introduced the US to the power of Indigenous women’s leadership.
Paying for the stuff you want with currency is way easier than relying on chairs you made or chickens you raised.
Rulers have used portraits on coinage to celebrate and reinforce their rule for centuries.
What research tells us about what to keep and what to cut back on.
The latest on the UK base rate rise and how it might affect your finances
To assess the prospects of cryptocurrencies, it’s useful to consider how money was invented and became centralised in the first place.
Experts say making meals available to all students reduces the stigma associated with a free lunch.
While central banks did help mitigate a COVID-induced recession, they don’t have the power to solve our inflation problem.
Old age poverty is looming for thousands of New Zealanders who are going into retirement without a house, without savings and facing high costs of living.
The Asian American actress rose to fame in an era when white actors in yellowface were more likely to play Asian characters than Asian ones.
Many Americans regularly report that they don’t make enough to support their families. Status plays a role — while money can’t buy happiness, it can bring status, which can lead to happiness.
Despite the belief that people are deeply skeptical of strangers, study after study shows that humans are primed to trust one another.
With mantras, a mysterious founder and promises of societal salvation, there are echoes of religious traditions in the cryptocurrency.