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    I know this is not really a student question, but I'm planning on moving out after my A levels, does anyone know anywhere where I can calculate bills easily? I will be living in Hertfordshire in a 2 bedroom flat! Thanks!

    Your best bet is to either ask your parents, or post this into the housing/accomodation forum to find out what other people are paying. I'm living in a flat where bills are included so I'm not sure what it comes to when you break it down.
    Will you be living with other housemates? If so you will obviously be able to split everything. If not, the costs can mount up. You will need to add up: Rent, water, gas/electricity, internet/line rental, TV license (if you have a TV) plus any SKY packages you get, and you may have to pay council tax if applicable.

    Hi Richard. I work for a company called Glide, and we can help you with this! We provide gas, electricity, water, telephone line, broadband and TV Licence - you can pick which out of these services you would like us to sort out for you. We work out how much this should cost you, and divide this equally between yourself and your flatmate to leave you with a fixed monthly payment plan for your services. If you'd like any more info, please let me know
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