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Household bills rising slower than inflation, MSE Bills Tracker shows

Household bills are rising slower than inflation, but don't rest on your laurels as you could still make big savings

Household bills continue to rise, MSE Bills Tracker shows

Bills and expenses are rising at the same pace as last month, despite a dip in overall inflation

Energy costs continue to soar, MSE Bills Tracker shows

Energy costs are rising at their fastest pace in almost four years, according to the MSE Bills Tracker

Rise in household bills slowing, MSE Bills Tracker shows

The rate at which household bills and expenses are increasing has slowed, according to our MSE Bills Tracker

UK inflation hits five-year high what it means for you

The UK's key inflation rate hit 3% in September, the highest it's been since March 2012

Energy costs soar as household bills rise by 2.4%, MSE's Bills Tracker shows

Energy bills are rising at the fastest rate since early 2014 and contributing to a 2.4% increase in household bills

MSE's new Bills Tracker reveals the REAL cost of inflation on household bills

MoneySavingExpert.com has launched a new monthly Bills Tracker to show how typical bills and expenses change

Thousands of everyday products get smaller while prices stay the same - how to beat 'shrinkflation'

More than 2,500 everyday products have shrunk in size over the last five years, but their prices have not

Shoppers short-changed by 'shrinkflation' as packets get smaller how to beat it and keep costs low

Packet sizes of some products are getting smaller while prices are staying the same or rising, Dispatches has found

Household costs on the rise as inflation hits 1% but there are plenty of ways to make savings

The rising cost of clothing, hotel stays and petrol has fuelled the highest rate of UK inflation in almost two years

Graduate with a student loan? You'll be charged more interest from September

Millions will be hit by higher rates after RPI inflation almost doubled

State pension to rise by at least 2.5% next April

Today's inflation announcement means the basic state pension will rise by at least 2.5% next April

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