One in five people faced energy direct debit increases even though they were in credit to their gas and electricity company. Find out why your energy payments can increase, and how to challenge your energy firm if you think it’s wrong.
Paying your energy bills by direct debit can mean you build up credit without realising and be owed £100s by your energy company. Find out how to get your money back. Compare gas and electricity prices to find the best deal for you.
Customers signed up to fixed energy deals can still see their gas and electricity bills rise. Find out why – and how to keep your energy bill in check. Or compare gas and electricity prices to see if you could save money on energy.
Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland have stopped reducing direct debits for credit card customers that make manual additional payments. Here's how to avoid overpaying your next bill.