The British Government has announced the cost of your TV license is going up, by £1.50. From April 2017 the price to pay will be £147, previously it was £145.50.
Ofgem have published data on the number of customers switching energy suppliers in 2016. 7.7 million gas or electricity switches were done in the UK last year.
Following in the wake of the new plastic £5 notes, is the new 12-sided £1 coin.
Royal Mail have announced the stamp prices for 2017. A first class stamp will cost you 65p and a second class stamp will cost you 56p.
Lot’s of young people in Britain will shriek at this, but unfortunately a study done by MetLife is probably close to reality.
Spare5 is a website that allows anyone to do micro jobs in return for small earnings.
Energy provider British Gas have unveiled a new customer loyalty program. The scheme is called “British Gas Rewards” and is highly likely to be in response to the growing pressure for energy firms to make an effort to stop standard variable customers paying too much.