Whether you're excited about the new government's first budget, or you're sick of hearing about it, the RNZ Music team have put together a playlist of Kiwi songs to help get you through the day.
Here's 13 songs by New Zealand artists about money, taxes and/or the dole:
13. MC Oj and Rhythm Slave - 'Money Worries', Feat Mikey Havoc (1991)
12. The Knobz - 'Culture?' (1980)
Dunedin band The Knobs wrote their 1980 hit 'Culture?' in response to Robert Muldoon's refusal to lift a 40% sales tax on recorded music.
11. Homebrew - 'Benefit'
10. Fly My Pretties - Bag of Money (2004)
9. Bunny Walters - 'Take the Money and Run' (1972)
8. The Scavengers - Money in the Bank (1978)
7. Ray Columbus & The Invaders - 'Money Lover' (1963)
6. The Chills - 'The Doledrums' (1984)
A classic local tune about being on the dole.
5. Mark de Clive-Lowe - 'Money (Don't Let It Catch Ya)' (2005)
4. Sonny Day - Savin' Up (1985)
A cover of a song written by Bruce Springsteen. The video was shot in Auckland's Vulcan Lane and well-known nightspot The Birdcage.