Manning River Times

Cost of living crisis a double whammy as poor pay more

By Duncan Murray
Updated September 12 2023 - 3:45am, first published 3:32am
Lack of means to buy groceries in bulk is one example of higher costs for people on lower incomes. (Peter Rae/AAP PHOTOS)
Lack of means to buy groceries in bulk is one example of higher costs for people on lower incomes. (Peter Rae/AAP PHOTOS)

People on lower incomes often face higher living costs because they lack the means to shop more efficiently, such as buying groceries in bulk, a report says.

Subscribe now for unlimited access.

$0/

(min cost $0)

or signup to continue reading

See subscription options

Get the latest Taree 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.