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Will domestic energy bills increase by £200 a year by 2020?

24/01/2014 09:16:33 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
Energy supplier npower has warned that green subsidies and poorly-insulated homes mean household bills will jump by £200 a year by 2020

What does 2014 have in store for the UK's small businesses?

03/01/2014 14:52:46 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
The prime minister has promised to support small businesses throughout the coming year, but what action can SMEs expect the government to take?

Can businesses expect to hear any good news in the Autumn Statement?

04/12/2013 16:28:48 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
As the Chancellor prepares to make his Autumn Statement, businesses will be hoping for measures that could boost their financial position

Small store survival and the business costs scourge

14/11/2013 17:06:16 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
Research shows that 94% of businesses have seen their costs increase over the past year, and many have struggled to get to grips with their finances.

Are business rates the bane of small high street retailers?

06/11/2013 15:16:04 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
Business rates have been blamed for the closure of many high street shops, but the government has delayed any revaluation by two years.

Wholesale costs and mega profits: Why do UK energy prices keep on rising?

30/10/2013 09:35:51 by Dan O'Sullivan | Categories: Consumer news and advice , Opinion and comment
Ofgem data has cast doubt on the idea that wholesale costs are to blame for the rate at which energy prices are rising - so what's the real reason?

Why are businesses never part of the story when energy prices go up?

07/10/2013 15:48:12 by Jonathan Elliott | Category: Opinion and comment
The energy price season is upon us and it's a familiar story - but why are Britain's small businesses never painted as victims?

Energy prices are set to go up, so why is the number of people switching electricity supplier at a record low?

01/10/2013 08:57:57 by Jonathan Elliott | Categories: Consumer news and advice , Opinion and comment
Blog post questioning why, according to DEFRA figures, energy switching levels are falling despite the expectation that prices will keep going up.



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