As several energy companies raise their prices - should you fix your energy bill?
If you want to know what you'll be paying for your energy, fixed price deals will give you certainty and could save you money

If you want to know what you'll be paying for your energy, fixed price deals will give you certainty and could save you money
British Gas and Scottish Power have joined EDF and SSE in increasing prices. Taking out a fixed price tariff will give you peace of mind about how much you'll pay. Some deals are being withdrawn quickly, but there are still plenty on the market. So what's available? Here are ten deals to consider.

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17-10-2013
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It’s one month since you’ve been able to switch banks in seven days
How easy is it to switch banks and what’s on offer?

The new rules on bank switching which came into effect on September 16th mean you can switch bank accounts in seven working days. Switching bank accounts may be a good idea if your account is in credit, you regularly go overdrawn or you’re unhappy with your current bank.

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How much will it cost if you want to go overdrawn without asking?
Going overdrawn without asking your bank can be expensive. Avoid it if you can

If you have a current account, it’s obviously best if you can stay in credit the whole time. If you need to borrow money, it will be cheaper if you talk to your bank first and get an arranged overdraft. If you do go into the red without permission, be aware that it can be very expensive indeed. The charges can add up to far more than the amount you owe.

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