Anastasia Lloyd is a communications coordinator at Finder. She has previously worked in the banking sector and has written about a range of financial topics including mortgages, personal loans, savings and credit cards. Ana has a Bachelor of Arts in Media from Macquarie University.
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Kiwi drivers are racking up millions of dollars in traffic fines each year according to Finder, a car insurance comparison site recently launched in New Zealand.
Finder surveyed over 2,000 Kiwis about their biggest real-estate dealbreakers. Asbestos, a high neighbourhood crime rate and bad smells topped the list of property peeves.
More than 2,000 Kiwis told us their biggest property turnoffs, asbestos and bad smells, to noisy neighbours.
For many Kiwis, managing expenses with a credit card is part of their day-to-day money habits. For others, a handful of mistakes has resulted in a downward debt spiral. But what does the state of New Zealand's credit card debt actually look like?
Despite the Reserve Bank advising that financial institutions are not yet operationally ready for interest rates to dip below zero, 31% of experts surveyed think the official cash rate (OCR) could enter negative territory within a year.
A Finder analysis of New Zealand police data shows that a car was vandalised or stolen every 21 minutes in 2019 – and this number is only set to increase. Find out where the biggest car theft hotspots are, and how to protect your vehicle.
Finder research shows that roughly one in three Kiwis are earning additional income through a side hustle. Finder shares tips and suggestions for earning cash on the side.
Finder's 2020 NZ Safe Driving Report shows that the majority of Kiwis are prone to some bad behaviour behind the wheel. From eating to driving in jandals, find out what 2.7 million Kiwi drivers are up to in the driver's seat.
With government talk around a trans-Tasman travel bubble amid global travel restrictions, Aussies who would usually travel to holiday hotspots like Indonesia might instead divert to New Zealand. This may lead to a $2 billion tourism surge.