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Utility Saving Expert Announces Funeral Plan Comparison Service, Countering Rising "Cost of Death"

Recent statistics have showed an alarming upward trend in funeral costs, with the average burial/cremation and service now sitting at over £4,000 (skewing to over £18,000 in some affluent areas). It's no surprise that millions of Brits are now opting…

UtilitySavingExpert.com Revs Up New Motor Trade Insurance Service

While the tabloids love talking about "stealth tax" when referring to the recent rise of Insurance Premium Tax to 12%, those in the motor trade see it as more than a headline; it's yet another haircut off their bottom line…

UtilitySavingExpert.com Provides Solution for Thousands of Disenchanted, Overpaying Npower Customers

Contact:Press OfficeMain Tel: 01242 32 31 31Email: press@utilitysavingexpert.comUnited Kingdom – 2016 was nothing short of a disaster for "big six" energy providers, Npower, who suffered a series of embarrassing customer service flubs that saw tens of thousands switch to their…

Socially-Conscious Comparison Site, UtilitySavingExpert.com, Now Saves Users Money on Insurance

Contact:Press OfficeMain Tel: 01242 32 31 31Email: press@utilitysavingexpert.comUnited Kingdom – Having already built solid relationships with local authorities and public service institutions through his founding of a council tax mediation service, social entrepreneur Chris Richards became acutely aware that millions…

UtilitySavingExpert.com Announces Motor Fleet Insurance Comparison Service, in Wake of IPT Hike

United Kingdom – As a business owner himself, socially-conscious entrepreneur, Chris Richards, understands that every penny must be used wisely. It's a philosophy that Richards embodied with his council tax mediation company, a non-profit project that made him a name…

As First Utility Hike Rates 9.7%, UtilitySavingExpert.com Invites Affected to Switch Providers

United Kingdom – As if living wasn't expensive enough, up to 900,000 First Utility customers recently found out their bills will be increasing by a staggering 9.7%. It's one of the largest and most shocking single increases the industry has…

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