What is it?

Bill’s got a simple goal: to make it as easy as possible to get support with money and help people live a sustainable life at home.

Across the site, Ask Bill provides handy hints and tips on how to save on household budgets, water and energy efficiency advice and money management tools and tips. He also makes it easy to find what support is provided by their utility companies.

Visit Ask Bill

Help with water and energy

Find out what support is available from utility companies.

Benefit calculator

Check to make sure all entitled benefits are being received with a free benefit calculator.

Money management tips

Discover easy ways to save money around the home, including a free budget planner.

Water and energy efficiency

Save money and the world through water and energy efficiency tips.

In these difficult and challenging times we have founded this website to provide free and impartial advice to help everyone save money. The website includes tips on how to reduce your utility bills, managing your money and dealing with debt issues. We can all learn something from Bill and he’s here to help if you’re struggling to make ends meet.

Jill Wheeler, CEO

Ask Bill Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Ask Bill is a free self-help resource. We encourage people to share with whoever may need it.

Ask Bill has been designed for everyone. As many people are finding themselves struggling with money for the first time during the cost of living crisis, the information on Ask Bill is accessible, friendly and practical to encourage behavioural change for all.

While Ask Bill focuses on help from the utility sector and self-help information, there are many other avenues of support for individuals in need.

Contact a Citizens Advice or local authority, who may be able to provide assistance.

The charity Turn2Us can also point you in the right direction of charitable grants.

If you would like Ask Bill resources to share for your organisation, please get in touch.

Please click here for language/accessibility options