With energy companies upping their prices and bills quite often, bills getting lost in the mail, and even the weather impacting how much we need to use our utilities, there are many different circumstances that can add to utility bill debt.
However, you need to make sure that you try and keep on top of your utility bills. One way to do this is to always set aside money from each pay check that is just for covering utility costs (and keep in mind that these costs may be considerably more expensive in winter).
You should also double-check you’re on the cheapest rate. There are plenty of price comparison websites out there that can check that you’re getting the best deal for your utility bills.
"What if I have utility bill debts?"
If you’re struggling to pay your utility bills, the best thing for you to do is to get in contact with us. Our trained money experts are always available to listen to your personal financial situation and give you the best money and debt advice. All of our advice given is free of charge, impartial, and 100% confidential.