Cost of credit card spending

Without question Kiwis have entered into the biggest consumer spending period of the year. It’s not only about buying gifts but also about significant spend on food and beverage, entertainment, travel and accommodation. On the basis of full employment and consumer confidence, credit cards will take a real pounding over the next few weeks. “Who cares, everybody in this country is in good heart so why not spend?” says Paul Keane from insight-led property and design company, RCG. It

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