Your Free Futility Bill Calculator

How much are you overpaying on your bills in your lifetime?

What’s your Futility Bill?

Welcome to the Futility Bill calculator, brought to you by Flipper.co.uk – the UK’s first energy auto-switcher.

Adjust the sliders to answer each question then hit 'Calculate' to find out how much you might end up overpaying on your bills in your lifetime.

It takes less than 30 seconds! (And we don't store your answers or your results).

How big is your home/property?
Studio 5+ bedrooms
Studio 5+ bedrooms
How often do you switch energy supplier?
Every Year Never
Every Year Never
How often do you switch broadband supplier?
Every Year Never
Every Year Never
How often do you switch home insurance provider?
Every Year Never
Every Year Never
How many vehicles do you have in your household?
None 4 or more
None 4 or more
How often do you switch insurance provider for these vehicles? (If you answered ‘None’ to the previous question please select ‘Never’)
Every Year Never
Every Year Never
How old were you when you started paying household bills?
18 years 75 years
18 years 75 years
How old are you now?
18 years 75 years
18 years 75 years
And finally, are you?
Male    Female    Rather Not Say

(We use this to calculate life expectancy)


RESULTS:

Total Loss:
The amount that will be wasted over your lifetime
Historical Loss:
The amount you have already wasted
Future Loss:
The amount you are going to waste – unless you start switching more often

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The ‘futility bill’ value is an indicative figure based on estimated variances, per annum, between the typical amount paid and the best deals available on duel fuel energy supply, broadband service and home and motor insurance products. These ‘per annum’ values are multiplied over time based on the individuals’ stated switching frequency. The total figure shown is based on today’s (November 2018) prices and does not allow for inflation or regulatory or legislative changes, but weightings have been applied to these values to account for changes in personal circumstances during a typical lifetime.