npower has announced its electricity and gas prices will increase by 9.3% and 11.1% respectively from 1 December.
Energy provider Co-operative Energy has announced it is to increase its gas and electricity prices by an average of four-and-a-half per cent.
Parents will spend £86 per family on days out this October half-term according to research from American Express.
British Gas, Britain's biggest energy supplier, has today announced that it is putting its prices up by 9.2% or £131 for gas and electricity, despite pledging in May to use cold weather profits to keep its prices steady for as long as possible.
Commenting on EE's new 4G plans, set to launch on 30th October, Oliver Folkard, telecoms expert at uSwitch.com, says:
UK consumers estimate they will spend an average of £613 on energy over the next six months - but Gocompare.com estimate average bills could be £867.21.
Hidden credit card purchases are causing rifts between couples, with one in ten Brits separating or divorcing their partner as a result, according to research from MoneySuperMarket.
AA Home Membership has reported a rise in the number of callouts for boiler-related problems as householders start to switch the heating on after a long, hot summer.
SSE customers should brace themselves for higher energy bills as the ‘big six' energy provider announces its plans to raise gas and electricity prices by an average of 8.2%.
Two thirds (64%) of people see themselves as good with their day-to-day finances, according to new research from budgeting account provider thinkmoney.
Millions of people are being forced to give up their once-treasured hobbies because they can't afford to carry on, new research out this week has found.
As Britain braces itself for another winter, over six in ten households (64%) are already due to have switched their heating on.
While the big six suppliers slug it out to offer consumers the best fixed price energy deals, small supplier First Utility has leapt forward by offering its customers a price freeze.
The Blue +Price Promise March 2015 fixes rates for around 18 months. There are no early termination fees and EDF promise to inform customers if any other suppliers offer a tariff that is more than £1 a week cheaper.
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