Spending the whole day at home in the midst of the coronavirus emergency has its own implications, such as the risk that electricity bill costs will rise steeply. As well as reducing bills by looking at your gas and electricity tariffs, there are ways to save money by changing your daily habits.
The government's business plan to deal with the economic consequences of the coronavirus is taking shape. First and foremost, the budget for the emergency situation has been increased to 25 billion euros.
Choosing the right electricity and gas operator in Italy is not easy. The offers are varied and you are often immersed in a real jungle of information which is hard to navigate, especially if you're not a native Italian.
If you do not have children in Italy, one of the reasons why is simply because they cost too much. According to the Italian insurance website Facile. it, in the first year of life a child costs over 3,500 euros. And that's only the beginning.
Who hasn't thought about leaving behind the grind of everyday life and moving to another part of the world? Maybe the moment has arrived given that nowadays there are even towns and cities in which they will pay you to live there and three Italian villages are on the list.
Electricity and gas prices are on the move - let's see what changes came into effect on 1st January 2020 according to the tariff update established by Arera, the Italian Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment.
Countries nowadays are not only facing the brain drain of the youngest. The over 65-year-old, once retired, also like to spend their retirement years abroad. But which are the best countries to retire to?