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2018 worst year for price rises – here’s how to beat them

It seems a week hasn’t gone by this year without a price rise hitting the headlines. As this year draws to a close, we thought we’d look back and try and make sense of the biggest year of price hikes on record. Who raised their prices? Our own research has

Dragons’ Den – The Best Deal EVER

Dragons’ Den. A room where five multi-millionaires are willing to invest their own cash into the companies of courageous entrepreneurs. Here’s what happened when Look After My Bills Co-Founders Henry de Zoete and Will Hodson made their debut appearance on the television show in August 2018. Pitching their money saving,

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The loyalty tax. How do I avoid it?

The loyalty tax is something we’re all too familiar with at Look After My Bills. It played a huge part in why we set up our service! In fact a member of ours, Phil Michel, (not that one) appeared on ITV news at lunchtime yesterday talking about how he was

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Paying your bill a year upfront – is it worth it?

Two energy companies are now offering a deal where you pay the whole year in one go, is paying upfront worth it? Eversmart Energy and Toto Energy claim their year saver deals are the cheapest on the market. But are these deals all they’re shaped up to be? We take

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Energy price cap… the biggest misunderstanding

On the 1st January, the government energy regulator, Ofgem, are introducing an energy price cap for customers on expensive tariffs. It sounded good on the surface… But when suppliers are forced to lower the cost for those paying more than the price cap, they plan on raising prices for those below

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My energy supplier has gone bust. What does it mean for me?

So, you’re supplier has gone bust. Not to worry though, we’re here to help! We’ve put together a guide so you know exactly what happens now and how you can feel supported by Look After My Bills. Will I lose my electricity or gas supply? If your Energy supplier has