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Costs force SMEs to raid family silver | Make It Cheaper

Rising business costs are adversely affecting the personal finances of many SME owners. Click here to read more and find out how your business could save.

    Not-so-smart meters

    Press release from Make It Cheaper warning businesses of the implications of smart metering.

      Make It Cheaper accelerates on to the fast track

      The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 includes Make It Cheaper in its 2011 league table. Click here to find out how you can save on your businesses overheads.

        Ofcom rollover ban to benefit SMEs

        Press release detailing Make It Cheaper MD Jonathan Elliott's reaction to rollover ban on business telecoms contracts. Call 0800 970 0077 for top deals.

          Charities overcharged VAT on energy bills |

          Charities are paying too much VAT on their energy bills. Make It Cheaper can put charities on the best possible rates. Call us on 0800 970 0077.

            Small business owners braced for energy price rise

            Click here to read Make It Cheaper's research that suggests nine in ten small business owners believe energy prices are set to rise again.

              Households save an average of £226 with Make It Cheaper

              Press release announcing Make It Cheaper's new home energy price comparison and switching service. Homeowners save £226 on average when they switch with us.

                'Hidden' credit scores harming business recovery

                Company credit scores are not being taken seriously by small businesses, even though they can inflate the cost of overheads by up to 30%

                  Switching scepticism gifts £2.1 billion a year to energy companies

                  How research conducted by Make It Cheaper reveals that switching scepticism gifts £2.1 billion a year to energy companies.

                    Consumers Braced For Yet Another Energy Price Rise

                    Research conducted by price comparison service Make It Cheaper has revealed that 71% of households expect energy prices to increase again by the end of 2014