It’s common knowledge that switching utility providers could save you a bundle, but how do you pick the right provider for you?
CompareTheMarket.com takes a look at how household bills have changed since the 2010 general election in this infographic.
New figures reveal a gulf in consumer satisfaction between the country's two largest new energy providers and the traditional big six, according to uSwitch.
The cost of hosting family for the holidays can go well beyond a perfectly trimmed tree. It pays to get your financial house in order before guests arrive.
As Financial Planning Week kicks off Adrian Lowcock, head of investing at AXA Wealth, has a five-day gameplan to get your personal finances back on track in time for Christmas.
News that UK inflation has edged higher was hailed as a sign of the improving economic outlook by the coalition and a sign of the cost of living crisis by the opposition. Who is right?
British households have underestimated their main household bills - council tax, gas, water and electricity - by an average of £770 in the past year, according to new research from Santander Current Accounts.
Energy regulator Ofgem has ordered ScottishPower to overhaul its customer service or face suspension of sales activity.
As the weather gets colder energy the energy market is heating up. See how many households switched to - or away from - your provider last month.
One in eight homes are still struggling to make ends meet, but the situation is improving, according to the latest Legal & General MoneyMood Survey.
As the oil price slides below $90 a barrel, who is likely to benefit?
Some 15m households – 57 per cent of Brits – plan to ration their energy use to reduce bills this winter, according to research by uSwitch.com.
With so many people in the country experiencing major debt issues and leading individuals feeling that finance education can be part of the solution, the inclusion of the subject on the national curriculum is more justified now than ever.
The average cost of funding typical life goals including getting married, buying a home, having children and retirement is £877,000, finds the Lloyds Bank Family Savings report.
Long-term care is a depressing subject and one that few want to contemplate. This extent of the unwillingness to address the problem was revealed this week in a survey by specialist insurer Partnership.
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