Category: Weekly Newsletter Archive

Energy bills can cost over £2,500 | meter reading day – what you need to do and when

Hi, Our experts explain the truth behind the energy price cap coming into force this weekend and what it really means for your bills and how to avoid getting overcharged. Plus what the meltdown in market confidence means in real terms for your money and to counter all the doom and gloom we’ve bagged you […]

Premium bond odds | Plunging pound | Mortgage mayhem | Your take home pay

Hi, Is the pound in crisis and what does it mean for you? What do recently announced tax cuts mean for your take home pay? Today we help you get to the bottom of these questions, bag better savings returns and get £5 off your next MOT. Plus an important warning to dig out your […]

Tax cuts | stamp duty | energy bills – what today’s mini budget means for you

Hi, Our experts have been analysing the nuts and bolts of todays mini budget to see what it means for the pounds in your pocket.  At a glance: what was announced in the mini budget, and what it means for you (Chris J Ratcliffe) The government has branded its budget as a ‘growth plan’, promising tax […]

National insurance | borrowing costs | mini budget latest

Hi, It’s a busy week. National insurance changes, The Bank of England has hiked interest rates again and there’s a mini budget tomorrow which is expected to cut even more taxes – among other things. We’ve detailed everything you need to know plus the latest on cost of living payments and the best paying savings […]

Energy update | £175 to switch | house prices up 15%

Hi, We’ve been talking to property experts about what is going on with house prices this week after official government figures revealed a huge spike in July. The government has also confirmed more details about how its Energy Price Guarantee will work and what it means for those on fixed tariffs. Plus money-saving deals on […]

Ditch your fixed energy tariff? | Netflix hack | last chance to save on Amazon Prime

With the latest news on the energy price freeze, what does it mean for you if you’re on a fixed rate tariff? And if you’re a Netflix user, we have a hack that could save you money. That, plus the last chance to save on Amazon Prime.  Should you ditch your fixed energy deal following […]

Energy bill freeze explained

Hi, There is now a plan from government to tackle the spiralling energy crisis – we explain what it means for your bills.  Energy bill freeze: how will it work? (Getty Images) The government’s plan to tackle sky-high energy bills has been announced. What does it mean for you if your on default, fix-rate or […]

Energy bill freeze | Quitting prime | 34m 0% interest credit cards

Hi, Is an energy bill freeze coming? More details have emerged overnight giving us all much more to go on – it’s the most important story for all of our finances right now. Plus tips for cutting the cost of your credit card debt with a balance transfer card, rail strikes latest and we ask […]

What has the new PM got planned for your energy bills?

Hi, It’s been confirmed that Liz Truss will replace Boris Johnson as the UK’s new prime minister. Tackling the cost of living crisis is expected to be at the top of her inbox – in particular spiralling energy bills.  What are the new prime minister’s options for tackling your spiralling energy bills? (Getty Images) New […]