PUBLISHED: 20:47, Tue, Jan 7, 2020 | UPDATED: 21:38, Tue, Jan 7, 2020
Martin Lewis is no stranger to sharing his money saving tips on the small screen, regularly appearing on This Morning and Good Morning Britain. The financial journalist is also the presenter of his ITV show, The Martin Lewis Money Show, of which a live episode aired tonight.
With 2020 underway, tonight, the show was themed on busting bills.
From energy outgoings to broadband deals, the Mr Lewis was on hand to share his money saving insight with the public.
Live from the Great Hall at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London, Mr Lewis explained it was time for some to get a “financial health check”.
During the show, members of the audience were given the opportunity to ask Mr Lewis a question.
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Martin Lewis appeared on the Martin Lewis Money Show: Live on ITV (Image: ITV • GETTY)
Among them was one man who explained his son was looking at buying his own property.
The man asked: "My son is now in a position to move out of a house and buy his own place, in some time within the next six months.
“With Brexit imminent, is it better for him to buy now, or to leave it until later?”
Mr Lewis explained that the answer is unknown, however he did have some thoughts to share.
“I have absolutely no idea, nor does anybody else,” he replied. “And that’s the important thing to say."
"When we leave, nothing changes [immediately]," Mr Lewis