Rising gas and electric bills are two of the biggest pressures that families are facing at the moment. Reducing the amount of energy you use could help you keep your bills down and save you money.
There are other ways you can reduce your household bills too. For example, by making sure you’re getting the best deal on your broadband, or getting help with childcare costs.
If you're looking to privately rent a property, checking the EPC could help give you an idea of what the energy costs could be.
Getting the best deal on your broadband
If you receive Universal Credit, many broadband providers offer special discounted packages – sometimes known as ‘social tariffs.’
These packages can help families make vital savings at a time when many of us are feeling the pinch. Contact your broadband supplier to see what they can offer.
MoneyHelper brings together support from three government-backed financial guidance providers: the Money Advice Service, the Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise.
Advice for council tenants regarding financial inclusion and referrals to other support agencies.
The largest charity working with and for older people in Wales. Phone: 0300 303 44