New energy fixes worth it?, fuel help, owed £1k?

It’s been another big week of personal finance news with fuel prices hitting record highs, upcoming rail strikes and new energy tariffs that are finally worth talking about. We’ve full help on these issues plus bags of more tips and tricks…

New energy fixes are out that might be worth it - should you fix? Full analysis.
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Scary energy price predictions are here but, at last, there are some deals that could save people money if those predictions come true. However, there are risks and to some extent you’re gambling whatever you do.
The Money Edit explains your options

With fuel prices hitting record highs, here are 8 ways to cut costs
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The RAC says that the cost of filling an average family car with petrol has hit a record £100 on what it calls a ‘truly dark day’. But there are ways you can lessen the impact – see these handy fuel-saving tips from The Money Edit.
Check out The Money Edit’s fuel savers

Find the cheapest fuel near you with this GoCompare tool
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Don’t spend more on fuel than you need to – use this new tool from our friends at GoCompare to find the cheapest fuel in your area. No registration required, so it’s really quick to use, and you can even filter between petrol and diesel.
GoCompare’s fuel price tool

Claim up to £1,220 with the Marriage Allowance - find out if you're eligible
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Married or in a civil partnership? You could be missing out on the Marriage Allowance tax break. Find out if you are eligible and whether you can backdate your claim.
See The Money Edit’s Marriage Allowance explainer


Save £40 on this '14-in-1' air fryer and multi-cooker from Ninja
Air fryers are surging in popularity as they offer a quick and easy way to cook healthier meals. If you’re tempted, there are some deals around including this Ninja multi-cooker that offers 14 cooking modes, including air frying, in one compact appliance. Was £269.99, now £229.99.
Find this deal and more in T3’s air fryer deals round up

Your refund rights if you get caught up in rail strike mayhem
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With the biggest rail strike since the late 1980s planned for later this month, The Money Edit looks at whether you are entitled to a refund if you are affected.
Check out The Money Edit’s guide to your refund rights

Can you save £100s switching car insurance? (One way to offset rising petrol and diesel costs.)
With fuel prices surging, car ownership is not cheap. But could you recoup some costs by switching to a cheaper car insurance policy? Use our sister site GoCompare’s comparison to check.
Compare car insurance with GoCompare.


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