Martin Lewis brings his money-saving tips to ITV.
With the Government announcing an energy price cap, the financial journalist is on hand with an energy special. He explains exactly how this limit will work and how it is possible to save even more money on gas and electricity bills. Plus, a fast food tip that will put pounds not just pennies back in consumers' pockets.
It has seldom been more difficult to get on the property ladder, so tonight the financial journalist is on hand to explain how it is possible for first-time buyers to still purchase a home. Plus, find out how to get hold of cheap theatre tickets and who in the household is responsible for council tax. Last in the series.
After the big Christmas spend, the nation's favourite money guru is returning to explain the best ways of managing your debt.
The financial journalist offers advice on insurance, one the biggest household expenditures, revealing how to avoid sky-high charges for car, home or life cover. Plus, a look at the best options for those who receive a large lump sum.
The financial journalist examines the hidden costs of going to university and reveals a quirk in the system that could affect the amount people get for their student loans - even after they have begun their courses. Plus, advice on claiming PPI before the deadline passes, and showing viewers how to make ensure they are not overpaying for holidays.
The financial journalist explains the possibilities of making a small fortune as a `comper', with one viewer reporting winnings in excess of £70,000 by regularly entering competitions in newspapers, magazines and online. He also offers advice on equity release.
The financial journalist answers the question he gets asked most as he offers advice on where people should put their savings in light of an improvement in interest rates Plus, a look at consumers' rights if a former energy supplier sends out a big bill six months after they left them.
The financial journalist reveals his five main tips about ways viewers could be claiming money back, including through the marriage tax allowance or the uniform tax relief. Plus, with the holiday season approaching, find out when is the best time to buy travel insurance.
The financial journalist has been talking about PPI for over a decade and so far around £15bn has been reclaimed. With the final deadline set for this August, Martin offers advice as he tries to make sure no-one is left behind and missing out on their entitlement to mis-sold PPI. Plus, a look at the pros and cons of the workplace auto-enrolment pension scheme. Last in the series.