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Cash Chats UK Money & Personal Finance podcast

Oct 14, 2020

With everyone being at home more in 2020 and probably 2021 we're using a lot more energy - and our bills will increase as a result. So it's vital to make sure we're taking the easy steps to bring down the cost of electricity, gas and water.

In this episode I'll take you through why not all comparison sites are equal, whether you should bother with auto-switching sites and when a water meter can and can't save money.

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My guide to cutting your energy bills 

 My guide to the pros and cons of smaller energy companies 

My guide to automatic energy switching services 

 Cheap Energy Club – my pick of the comparison sites 

 Why the energy cap probably won’t save you money

 Is a smart meter worth it? 

My guide to water meters and whether they’ll save you money 

Deals of the week


Cash Chats is presented by money blogger and broadcaster Andy Webb.

In 2020 the podcast has been featured as one of the top finance podcasts by Apple, Good Housekeeping and the Independent.

In 2019 it was awarded Best Money Podcast at the SHOMOS - the UK Moneybloggers annual awards.

On each Cash Chats episode you can hear Andy share ways to get the most from your money. He's often joined for friendly and accessible conversations by a friend from the UK Money Blogger community to cover topics as diverse as freebies and investments. Then at the end of each week stay tuned for a bonus “deals of the week” rundown of the hottest offers from the last seven days.

Andy also runs the award-winning website Be Clever With Your Cash, presents Channel 5’s Shop Smart Save Money and founded the community To contact Andy email


Andy's handle is @AndyCleverCash and you can follow him over at:  



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The music is Easter Island by Lonely Punk and provided on a creative commons licence