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George Osborne's Autumn Statement delivered positive pre-Christmas tidings for bill payers today.

First he promised to crack down on the number of bogus claims following car accidents, putting £1bn back in insurance company coffers - and he expects them to pass this money on to customers, saving drivers up to £50 each year. There will also be more money put aside to improve public transport and fix potholes, which should cut the costs of running a car.

In addition, changes to the 'green energy levies' that suppliers like British Gas have to pay should trim £30 a year off typical annual household bills by 2017.

Big announcements were made affecting pensions, housing, buy-to-let, childcare, tax credits, welfare and tax abuse. You can find out more about the Autumn Statement here.

There's good news here - but these savings won't be quick coming. You can be your own Chancellor and take charge of your bills right now, by comparing car insurance and switching energy bills.

Also happening this week is Black Friday, the annual festival of shops desperately trying to part you from your cash. We thought we'd take a different tack, by negotiating exclusive deals covering mobile phones, broadband, holidays and much more to help you make the most of your money. You'll find all the deals here on the big day - Black Friday!
 
     
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