The Lloyds TSB Spending Power Report reveals that, after inflation, spending power fell to -1.1% in February, meaning consumers had the equivalent of approximately £10 less a month to spend on non-essential items.
npower has announced it is to simplify all its standard tariffs, bringing to an end the current complex two-tier tariff structure.
A solar scheme in South Wales is helping more than 100 homes to escape fuel poverty following the success of a community share issue.
Average residential UK broadband speeds reached 12.0Mbit/s in November 2012, Ofcom research reveals.
The cost of running a household has risen by 25% in the last five years, with some bills having soared by an eye-watering 67%, according to data from uSwitch.com.
New research from BT reveals that 93 per cent of Brits develop “mobile-phobia’ when abroad, significantly reducing their normal mobile phone use.
Take the worry out of rising bills with Loop, a new way to reduce the energy you use at home and save money, launching at the Ideal Home Show on 15th March 2013.
Tesco Mobile has announced a promise to fix customers’ contract tariff costs.
As rising living costs and tight budgets continue to take their toll, people are getting smarter about the way they shop, according to research from budgeting account provider thinkmoney.
More than four in five (82 per cent) Britons say they are regular users of discount sites, cashback rewards and other means of securing discounted prices, according to research from Santander 123.
Brits are throwing away over £500 million a year by failing to switch their broadband package according to a new report. More than third (39%) of UK households admitted they haven't switched in over 4 years despite a dramatic drop in prices during this time.
Despite today's tough economic times, 85 per cent of Brits admit to spending money in the last five years on goods they've never or rarely used.
New research from uSwitch.com reveals the depth of the breakdown in trust between energy suppliers and consumers.
Consumers began the New Year with a further squeeze on household budgets, according to the Lloyds TSB Spending Power Report.
Money savvy Brits are sharing bath water and recreating costly takeaways with home-made ‘Fakeaways’ as they tighten their belts for Frugal February, according to new research.
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