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Hi Tessa,

As we head towards the big April cost of living crunch when many bills rise, we're here again to help you save.

To do all this we've teamed up again with our friends at Future and GoCompare…

New ways to help you save

Should you fix your energy rates with prices about to soar?

Should you fix your energy rates with prices about to soar?

It’s the big question from so many, so see The Money Edit’s ‘to fix or not to fix?’ analysis.

Netflix raises prices so we show you how to save on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney Plus streaming.

See Good To’s streaming savers.

How to save on your food bills, including how to find the best coupons.

Prices are sadly predicted to rise further, so see The Money Edit’s grocery saving tips.

How much does it cost to run a tumble dryer?

With most people looking to save on costs, see Ideal Home’s tumble dryer tips.

Top Whatsapp scams to avoid.

Scams are sadly becoming a common scourge and this is one of the newer ones. See The Money Edit’s Whatsapp warning.

As energy prices rise, are solar panels even more attractive?

See analysis in Live Science’s solar panels guide.

Reminder. The key tip to ensure you get an April £150 council tax rebate, and who qualifies.

As new rates drop through letterboxes nationwide, see The Money Edit’s Council Tax rebate explainer.

Free tickets to the National Homebuilding and Renovating Show in Birmingham.

From March 24-27, tickets still available. See how to get free National Homebuilding and Renovating Show tickets.

Clever trick to get 1% easy access savings, smashing the standard best buy rate.

See The Money Edit’s savings trick.

Online card payments could be declined if you don’t follow this key tip.

New fraud measures come into force this week, so see The Money Edit’s help to prevent rejection.

Did you miss last week?

Your April take-home pay - use the 2022/23 income tax calculator. See the effect of the upcoming national insurance hike. Use The Money Edit’s income tax calculator.

Did You Miss Last Week?

Can you save £100s on other bills?

We’ve also a regular round up of bill-busting tips to help you cut back:

Car and home insurance costs are rising - millions overpay anyway so do a comparison to check if you can save.

Car and home insurance costs are rising
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Millions of broadband, landline and mobile prices are rising. If out of contract, use GoCompare’s comparison service to check if you can slash costs.

Millions of broadband, landline and mobile prices are rising
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Do you pay interest on a credit card bill? If so, stop, as many will qualify for a 0% balance transfer credit card. Use an eligibility checker to see if you qualify.

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Credit Card Deals

Variable mortgage rates to rise after the Bank of England raised the base rate to 0.5%. Check if you can cut costs by reading GoCompare’s mortgage guide.

 Variable mortgage rates to rise after the Bank of England raised the base rate to 0.5%

Council Tax bills to rise in April by up to 5%. However, many qualify for a reduction or could save by changing band. See Ideal Home’s full guide to council tax for how it works and how to check if you qualify for a discount.

Council Tax bills to rise in April by up to 5%
We hope you’ve enjoyed this newsletter, and found ways to help ease the cost of living crisis.

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Wishing you all the best,
Look After My Bills team
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