A New Style Retirement For Changing Times?

The acronym ‘WFH’ is now fully embedded in the 21st century lexicon. Whether 18 months of working from home will reshape the future of work for office-based employees is not yet clear, but major employers are now reconsidering office...

No Fault Divorce Comes To England and Wales

The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 should have been implemented in autumn 2021. However, in June the government pushed back the start date to April 2022. The delay, plus the after-effects of lockdown, could mean a divorce...

More News On National Savings Green Bond

National Savings & Investments (NS&I) has released more details of its Green Savings Bond, originally announced in the spring Budget.  Download Our Client Agreement Here The bond will have a fixed term of three years, with no early...

Income Protection – The Simple Safety Net

One of the cornerstones of financial resilience is ensuring you have a financial safety net should things go wrong. This can be in the form of savings to cover unexpected bills, such as a new boiler, or a period of unemployment. But...

Integritas Financial Planners: Ethical Investing 101

Looking to make some socially responsible investment decisions? Ethical investing and ESG stocks are what you’re looking for. This rapidly growing sector of investment and share opportunities is swiftly becoming the go-to option for...

5 Top Tips For Retirement Planning In Your 30s

As your financial needs continue to increase, saving for retirement may seem unachievable. However, taking small steps now to increase your retirement savings will benefit you in the future. Here are five tips for retirement planning in...

A Warm Welcome To Our New Financial Planner, Adam

  It’s been a busy year for Integritas but that hasn’t stopped us from expanding – we’re delighted to announce a new addition to our team – financial planner Adam! Adam is a CII qualified insurance adviser who has been employed in the...

How To Avoid Inheritance Tax

Although no one likes to think about it, making plans for when you are no longer around is wise. This may include thinking about passing your assets onto family or friends when you die. One key thing to know is that doing so could see...

5 Good Ways To Invest Your Savings

While saving is great, letting too much money sit in your bank account is not a smart financial decision. There are several investment options that could earn you more money than the low interest rates offered by banks. Here are a few good...