New Zealanders are spending more than ever before to live well.

In fact, the country has overtaken the US as the world’s most expensive place to live.

This has been a major driver of the housing market.

It is not uncommon for people to spend tens of thousands of dollars to buy and upgrade their home, and the value of property is increasing, as a result.

“If you’ve been living on a fixed income for a long time, you’re going to be spending more on housing,” said Nicky Smith, an economist with The Economist Intelligence Unit.

“There’s a big amount of money going on and we’re seeing people trying to buy their first home, because they know they’ll be able to retire when they’re 65.”

“The key for many is getting out of debt,” she added.

“Most people are saving for their future, and if you can get into the housing industry you’ll be a lot wealthier.”

Some people are using the income to buy more property and, if they are lucky, to build more houses, or to build up their savings.

In the past, the average income of New Zealand residents was around $50,000.

Now it’s closer to $60,000, according the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

But even with this income, most people are still struggling to save enough to get ahead.

The median income for people aged 15 to 64 is $70,000 and the average household size is 4.5.

That means there are a lot of people struggling to put food on the table.

This can mean they have to rely on welfare payments, pay their rent or a loan from their parents.

In some cases, they may have to borrow money from family members, friends or employers.

There is no national minimum wage, so most workers earn low wages.

In other cases, employers will pay a higher rate of wages than what they are entitled to.

“It’s not unusual for people not to know what the minimum wage is, so you’ll find that they’ll pay a lot more for things than they’re entitled to,” Smith said.

In those cases, you could find that if you have a disability or have a higher income you’re entitled more than others.” “

And in some cases there may be some exemptions for the disabled, for example, or people who are very low-income.

In those cases, you could find that if you have a disability or have a higher income you’re entitled more than others.”

The average household income in Auckland is about $50 000 and the median household size in the city is around 3.

“I think that it’s been really difficult for the people in Auckland to build their savings,” said John Smith, who is a former student who works as a cleaner in Auckland’s CBD.

“The only thing they have is their mortgage, so they’ve got to be able, when they get to the end of their mortgage period, to save to buy that property.”

In the last three years, Smith’s earnings have increased from $6,000 to $30,000 each.

“My savings have been pretty consistent, but my income has not been.

I haven’t really been able to save anything,” he said.

It is not just the Kiwis who are struggling.

Around the world, a number of countries have seen an increase in people who can’t save for retirement, said Smith.

“People are putting off buying a house or even trying to get into finance and they’re trying to save more, because if you do you can buy more, and then you’re saving more for retirement,” she said.

But Smith said there was a risk that those in Australia, where the median income is around $80,000 a year, may not be able afford to pay for a deposit, let alone the purchase of a home.

“Australia’s got a high housing market, so people are trying to put off making a deposit to get in,” she explained.

“They’re not sure if they’re going too far.”

Smith said some people had been able, for a while, to retire, but they found it difficult.

“We’ve had a lot worse than that.

There are people in Australia who have gone to retirement, and they’ve found it harder than in New Zealand,” she warned.

“So they’re not getting the support that they might have thought they would, and it’s a lot harder for them to save money.”

Some people are also starting to get out of housing.

In a survey conducted by the Australian National University, around 40 per cent of people aged between 30 and 64 in Australia said they had stopped living in their current housing accommodation because of housing costs.

This was up from just 12 per cent a year ago, according a spokeswoman for the University of New South Wales. Many are