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Why your energy supplier may owe you money - and how to get it back

We are heading into the coldest time of the year, and those freezing temperatures mean that we are all far more likely to have the heating on for extended periods of the day. It’s during these winter months that we tend to use the most energy, and so account for a large chunk of our annual energy spend.

How to save up to £290 on your energy bill

Energy prices have been rising steadily this year, with all of the Big Six energy firms pushing up their prices at least once for customers with a standard variable tariff. The Government’s long-awaited energy price cap, which comes into effect in January, is supposed to help these customers.

The energy price cap and what it means for you

It can’t have escaped your notice that it’s all got a bit chilly lately. Indeed the temperatures have got so cold that we’ve already had our first cases of snow in the UK. Winter is indeed here.

How to save money on your food bill

For many of us, spending money on food is one of our largest expenses. We’ve compiled some of our favourite tips to help you save money on food; check them out to cut the cash you spend on groceries.

5 steps to switching energy provider

If you’ve never switched utility providers before, you probably think it’ll be a long and confusing process. But in reality, it’s simple, quick and anyone can do it.