Money Mentors Mandurah reports buy now, pay later use has risen

SH
Updated February 16 2022 - 1:47pm, first published February 15 2022 - 6:34pm
PAY AND FORGET: Mandurah residents are starting to use buy now, pay later facilities to afford basic living expenses. Photo: Unsplash.
PAY AND FORGET: Mandurah residents are starting to use buy now, pay later facilities to afford basic living expenses. Photo: Unsplash.

Amid rising costs of groceries, rent, utilities and petrol, affording everyday living expenses has become all the more challenging for Mandurah locals.

SH

Sophia Holl

Journalist

I love sharing local voices and highlighting issues impacting small business and the environment in the community. Writing has been a passion of mine since a young age and has always been something I wanted to pursue. I am now doing my Master of Communications at ECU to further my knowledge in journalism and the written word. I'm a passionate foodie, avid reader and love to get out into nature.

Get the latest Mandurah news in your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.