Moving onto a fixed rate tariff or switching suppliers for a better deal on your energy hasn’t been an option for a while. However, gas and electricity prices are going down, so when is the right time to fix?
Worried about being able to pay the rising cost of our energy bills? Find out how the new ‘energy guarantee’ from 1 October will affect you.
There’s a lot of panic about rising energy bill prices, and with winter coming, it’s a very worrying time for many people.
If you’ve been on social media, watched TV or not been under a rock for the last few weeks, you’ll likely have heard about the Don’t Pay UK campaign.
What is the Warm Home Discount? How do you know if you are eligible, how to apply and how to get this discount? Here at MoneyHelper, we have put together the answers to some of those all important questions.
There are many different ways to improve your credit rating but the easiest way to make sure you don’t damage your rating is to avoid applying for more credit.
What are smart meters, will they actually save you money and will you be forced to get one installed?
Whether you’re looking to move into your own home, or simply looking to manage your household budget, it’s good to have an idea of what you can expect to pay for your bills each month.
How much does the average household spend on gas and electricity? And how can you use less? Find out more.
One third don't know how much it costs to run their home, which isn't good news for your finances