Next Episode of The Martin Lewis Money Show is
Martin Lewis and Angellica Bell offer money-saving tips and advice.
The series returns with up to the minute advice on the impending deadline for the Help to Buy ISA scheme. Martin has also been travelling across the country answering the pressing financial concerns of the nation. He's joined by co host Angellica Bell.
Britain is becoming a nation of switchers with nearly six million people changing their service suppliers last year. The big six energy companies are now dropping prices - so the demand for better deals is increasing, and Martin Lewis is the man who knows where to get some of the best - as we found out in this switching special.
With less than 10 per cent of consumers shopping around for a new broadband deal last year, the financial journalist explains how to avoid being one of the four million households who are being overcharged by their internet providers.
It can get pretty tough in January with Christmas bills flooding through the nation's letterboxes, so the financial journalist and Angellica Bell are on hand to help navigate new regulations relating to overdrafts. Plus, there is a look at consumer rights when asking for a refund.
The financial journalist answers the question he gets asked more than any other - `Where should I put my savings?" - as he and Angellica Bell explore some of the best deals and products for consumers currently on the market.
As January, the toughest month for many people, continues, the financial journalist and Angellica Bell look at what solutions there might be for cutting mounting debts, including comparing the pros and cons of loans and credit cards.
The financial journalist and Angellica Bell offer more advice to viewers, looking at whether people could be owed tax back on their PPI claims and comparing child savings accounts to find out which are the best bets.
The financial journalist and Angellica Bell offer advice to viewers about how to get the best deals possible on car and home insurance policies, some of the biggest bills to hit people's pockets. Plus, are you part of one of the 1.3 million households entitled to claim pension credit?
In tonight's show Martin tackles consumer rights when we're buying goods in store and online. Plus, what are the best mortgage rates when you're navigating the property market?
Last year one in every 20 people was a victim of fraud - with scammers stealing millions from the British public doing it increasingly via the internet. The financial journalist and Angellica Bell look at potential solutions for people who have been caught out and the need for greater online controls.
Everyday life has changed dramatically with everyone facing more restrictions - and more uncertainty. In this live special, Martin Lewis and his guests will be taking viewers' questions on how coronavirus could affect not just health - but also family finances.
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