The Lloyds Bank Spending Power Report for August found that consumer confidence is rising, reaching a record high, at 115 points, since the survey began in November 2010.
The latest research shows that Green Deal assessments are continuing to help people make their homes more energy efficient.
British Gas customers are set to benefit from a £600m deal between British Gas and Landis+Gyr. The landmark deal means Landis+Gyr will supply the majority of the 16 million smart meters British Gas will install in its customers' homes.
Ofgem has published guidance for tenants setting out their energy rights. The publication of this accessible information is part of Ofgem’s wider work to empower consumers and to deliver a simpler, clearer and fairer energy market.
More Brits stayed loyal to their mortgage provider in the last year, than their employers or partners - only 2% switched their mortgage compared with 11% changing jobs and 3% changing their partners.
With the new current account switching scheme about to launch on the 16th September, a report out from uSwitch.com, finds that the majority of consumers are aware that they can switch their household service providers, but 42% still make little or no effort to do so.
As temperatures are set to plummet, many consumers could see their energy bills soar this month as a number of fixed deals come to an end.
Energy Secretary Edward Davey and John Lewis today flick the switch on a product labelling trial that puts the lifetime electricity running costs on washing machines, washer dryers and tumble dryers.
Britain’s parents are a nation of financial worriers, with more than 10.5 million (82 per cent) of those with children aged 18 or under concerned about their family outgoings over the next 12 months, according to research by Barclays.
Children are not the only ones with butterflies ahead of the new school year, as 44 per cent of parents admit they feel the need to buy their children new back to school items to keep up with other parents.
From buying cheap bras and loo roll to knock-off goods - over half of Brits have been caught out by a false economy - but many still love to bag a bargain.
Consumers are spending £1.3billion pounds each year by making calls to 0845 and 0870 numbers from their mobile phones, according to a study by Post Office HomePhone and Broadband.
EDF Energy is has launched Blue+Price Promise December 2014 which gives customers the chance to fix their energy prices for the next 16 months - with the freedom to leave at any time without paying an exit fee.
At the end of the month, many of us have just been paid and are feeling flush, however within three weeks five million (17 per cent) of us will be struggling to pay for day-to-day spending ahead of pay day, and this is happening on a monthly basis, according to Post Office's Current Account Footprint Report.
For modern day students broadband is an essential utility. It helps with studying, accessing university services, socialising, money management and staying in touch with loved ones.
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