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    Hello all!

    I was just wondering if people could help me with the arrangement of bills.. I have heard I have to set up a standing order for my house next month as well as my house mates. How do they work and how much do I know exactly how much to set it up for? Are there alternatives to standing orders?

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    (Original post by 2PacStudent)
    Hello all!

    I was just wondering if people could help me with the arrangement of bills.. I have heard I have to set up a standing order for my house next month as well as my house mates. How do they work and how much do I know exactly how much to set it up for? Are there alternatives to standing orders?

    Thank you!
    Isn't a standing order similar to a direct debit?


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    There's a good explanation here - essentially as the bills will vary with the seasons, it's more likely that it'll be a direct debit, not a standing order http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2005...nsumeraffairs1
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    (Original post by Origami Bullets)
    There's a good explanation here - essentially as the bills will vary with the seasons, it's more likely that it'll be a direct debit, not a standing order http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2005...nsumeraffairs1
    Thank you will check this out now!

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