Recession warning | interest rates and £252 tax break
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Bank of England has hiked interest rates, and energy bills are back in the news again. So we’ve stuffed today’s newsletter full of money tips and tricks, with not one, but two money-saving hacks, a £252 tax break, help with credit card debt, superb deals on pet insurance, bargain sports TV packages and a new £160 current account switching bonus.
Recession warning as Bank of England hikes interest rates
The central bank has raised interest rates for the third time this year – the biggest jump in 27 years – in response to high inflation and low economic growth.
UK recession warning The Bank of England has warned to expect a recession. The Money Edit reports on when it could happen, and what you can do about it.
From two for one offers to cinema clubs and discount tickets with health insurance, we’ve got 10 ways you can make big savings on a trip to the cinema. Use The Money Edit’s guide to cheap cinema tickets
With the Premier League season upon us, we’ve found the best way to save some serious cash if you want to watch live football on TV for less. The Money Edit’s guide to watch live football on TV for less
Switching bank accounts is surprisingly simple and you can get all sorts of bonuses and rewards. Get your hands on up to £160 cashback if you switch. Find out the best current account switching deals thanks to The Money Edit
There’s no excuse not to look after our furry four legged companions, and pet insurance is usually essential – vet bills without it can be devastating.
If you need to get your pet insurance sorted, always do a comparison to get the best deal for you. This month exclusive to GoCompare you can bag one of six special pet insurance offers if – after doing a comparison – the insurance is right for you.
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