Penina Petersen and her husband transformed their $53,000 debt into a $796,000 net worth. Photo / Supplied

Penina Petersen and her husband transformed their $53,000 debt into a $796,000 net worth. Photo / Supplied

Diana Clement: How to save $20 every day - NZ Herald

Diana Clement: How to save $20 every day - NZ Herald

Liam Dann: KiwiSaver not the market medicine many hoped - NZ Herald

Liam Dann: KiwiSaver not the market medicine many hoped - NZ Herald

New Rules of Thumb to help Kiwis spend their retirement savings

New Rules of Thumb to help Kiwis spend their retirement savings

You can keep more cash in that wallet if you change your shopping habits. Photo / 123RF

You can keep more cash in that wallet if you change your shopping habits.

Revolving mortgages let Kiwis dip into home equity without even asking the bank. Photo / Alan Gibson

Revolving mortgages let Kiwis dip into home equity without even asking the bank.

Talking about non-offensive money stuff is a great way to learn what works for others and may benefit you. Photo / 123rf.

Talking about non-offensive money stuff is a great way to learn what works for others and may benefit you.

The traditional Kiwi retirement won't be sustainable on our current economic trajectory. Photo / APN

The traditional Kiwi retirement won't be sustainable on our current economic trajectory.

One of the insurance risks with teens is that they have a party when you're away and their guests steal or damage the property. Photo / Thinkstock

One of the insurance risks with teens is that they have a party when you're away and their guests steal or damage the property.

Car owners contributed just over $1 billion to ACC last financial year; now a reduction in the amount they have to pay has been proposed. Photo / Brett Phibbs

New Zealanders have a poor understanding of the Accident Compensation Commission, one of the country's largest and most important organisations. - New Zealand Herald.

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When some teenagers get their hands on the money in their bank accounts, they spend the lot in one fell swoop, D

Putting it on the house might deliver short-term happiness, but it won't help you get by in retirement.

Putting it on the house might deliver short-term happiness, but it won't help you get by in retirement.

A house and savings can set you up well for retirement. Photo / Doug Sherring

Renting is becoming more common around New Zealand, but the majority of dwellings are occupied by owners.

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