Survey shows Kiwis' financial worries
Wed, 01 Aug 2012 7:44a.m.
Half of all New Zealanders are worried about their current financial situation, according to the latest Dun and Bradstreet consumer credit survey.
It shows nearly a third of people may struggle to meet their credit obligations in the coming months.
Dun and Bradstreet general manager John Scott spoke to Firstline's Rachel Smalley this morning.
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1/08/2012 10:29:04 a.m.
I am not surprised. The gap between rich and poor is getting bigger. Rates, insurances, electricity, food costs keep going up and income does not. A no brainer really, plus a gloomy global economic forecast for the next decade. The government should wake up.
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