The Site and Martin
Had a cold caller at your door? They're NOT from MoneySavingExpert.com
We've heard reports of cold callers claiming to be from MoneySavingExpert.com. So once again we're warning everyone – MoneySavingExpert NEVER cold calls
25 July 2023
Martin Lewis: Yes I'm singing (if you can call it that) for Food Aid & the Trussell Trust this Xmas
About six weeks ago Mark and Roxanne Hoyle (LadBaby) contacted my team to ask if I'd join them in a reworking of Band Aid (with Bob Geldof and Midge Ure's permission) – I thought they'd confused me with someone else.
13 December 2022
MSE joins campaigners calling on Liz Truss to find the "quickest and most effective" way to shield consumers from online scams
MoneySavingExpert.com and its founder Martin Lewis have joined forces with a number of campaign groups and organisations to urge the Prime Minister to push the scams element of the Online Safety Bill through Parliament as quickly as possible in a bid to end the "constant perpetuation of online fraud".
14 October 2022
Warning: Martin Lewis and MSE have NOTHING to do with viral social media posts urging people to bombard energy firms with complaints
A viral post being shared on Facebook and Twitter alongside a photo of Martin Lewis claims people can "fight extortionate price hikes" by submitting complaints and subject access requests to their energy supplier – but it's nothing to do with Martin or MSE.
10 August 2022
Martin Lewis awarded CBE in New Year Honours – congratulations from the MSE team
Heartfelt congratulations from the MSE team
31 December 2021
First-ever financial education textbook arrives in Scottish schools, funded by Martin Lewis
The first-ever curriculum mapped financial education textbook – funded jointly by MoneySavingExpert founder Martin Lewis and the Money and Pensions Service – has now landed in secondary schools in Scotland.
26 October 2021
Martin Lewis on how to urgently beat April price hikes (BT, British Gas, council tax and more) and tax changes
MoneySavingExpert.com founder Martin Lewis has urged households to sort out several bills and to check possible cash reclaim opportunities BEFORE the end of this month in his latest episode of The Martin Lewis Money Show on ITV
29 March 2021
Martin Lewis: 'Why with student loans what you borrow is mostly irrelevant...'
It's what you earn, not what you owe that counts when repaying student loans, MoneySavingExpert.com founder Martin Lewis has explained in his latest episode of The Martin Lewis Money Show on ITV. Here's what you need to know
12 March 2021
Martin Lewis grills Chancellor Rishi Sunak on self-employed income support, stamp duty, benefits help & more
Martin has put your questions to the Chancellor Rishi Sunak in a Budget Special of ITV's The Martin Lewis Money Show, tackling the man in charge of the nation's finances on income support for the self-employed and limited company directors, whether the stamp duty holiday really helps homebuyers, extra help for those on legacy benefits, mortgage prisoner solutions and much more
5 March 2021
Martin Lewis reveals the powerful psychology behind one-month free trials – and it's not hoping you'll forget to cancel
MSE founder Martin Lewis explains the powerful psychology at play behind one-month free trials – and what you can do about it
25 February 2021
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Martin Lewis: Energy Price Cap to FALL 12% on 1 April AND prepay becomes the cheapest way to pay – the five big things you need to know23 February 2024Energy regulator Ofgem has announced the new Energy Price Cap, with prices set to drop by 15% on average from April.
Broadband and mobile users to be hit with price hikes of up to 8.8% as BT, Sky, Virgin Media and more confirm spring rises – here's what's happening23 February 2024If you're a broadband, mobile or pay TV customer, you could soon be hit with price hikes of up to 8.8%. These come on top of hikes of up to 17.3% last year, meaning that someone on a standard two-year contract paying £20 a month at the start of 2023 could soon be paying over £25 a month.
Third and final cost of living payment paid to millions on certain benefits – what to do if you haven't got yours23 February 2024More than seven million households on certain benefits including Universal Credit and Tax Credits have now received the third and final instalment of their cost of living payment. Here's all you need to know on whether you're eligible and what to do if you're missing your payment.
22 February 2024A penalty paid by first-time buyers accessing savings in Lifetime ISAs (LISAs) when buying homes above the scheme's £450,000 property price limit could be scrapped by the Chancellor in his Spring Budget, it's been reported.
22 February 2024Cosmetics retailer The Body Shop has fallen into administration, with almost half of its 198 stores closing – including seven on Tuesday 27 February – and hundreds of workers facing redundancy. Below we round up all you need to know.
3 January 2024It is a national tragedy that getting on for a million pensioners, many of whom have been paying into the system for years, are missing out on a critical boost to their income. It's called pension credit, and this year it also means you get an extra £650 to help with energy bills.
23 January 2024
10 January 2024
12 December 2023If you’re shopping online for gifts, the deadline for ordering to get ’em in time for Christmas may be sooner than you think. Get it wrong and instead of presents under the tree, they could be held hostage at a courier firm’s out-of-town depot… To help avoid this, retailers now give their own final cut-off dates for orders you want...
7 December 2023
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