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In short, your will tells everyone what should happen to your money, possessions and property after you die (all these things together are called your ‘estate’). If you choose to not leave a will, the law will decide how your estate is passed on – and this might not be in line with your wishes. […]

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As you develop your financial portfolio, there are many types of investments available to you. In this article we will explore the investment bond and what benefits it can add to your medium to long term investment strategy. What is an Investment Bond? First of all it is key to note that like all investments, […]

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The UK’s only digital IFA wants to work with you! As clients increasingly look for financial advisory online, Fintuity is able to provide you with a way to not only reach new markets but also offers a unique platform to digitise your business. Fintuity is a fully regulated FCA approved digital IFA community – we […]

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After a busy 2020 and a much needed break we are delighted to open our digital doors for the coming year! We have helped many people over the past year and have some exciting plans for 2021 – we will shortly be announcing a number of new initiatives and services, as well as bi-weekly blog […]

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Fintuity would like to wish you all a wonderful Christmas break! As the year fast approaches, the Fintuity team would like to wish you and yours the very for the season – we will be closing from the 23 December and will re-open the office on the 4 January 2021. We would like to thank […]

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It is fair to say however that 2020 has been a tough year for us all and as we approach the year end, our very own IFA, Elizabeth Scott will assess the year so far and provide an outlook for 2021! It has been a tough year for us all but how do you think […]

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We take it for granted that upon retirement we will receive the United Kingdom’s  National State Pension, but how much will your receive and what other considerations should you take into consideration before it kicks in. Introducing The State Pension The State Pension is a regular pension payment from the government that most people can […]

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Most of us will pay our taxes and will at some point have had some form of engagement with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in our working lives. Whilst we think we may know what the HMRC does, the wide scope of its organisational remit however may come as a surprise. The HMRC however […]

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We live in a data driven world and when it comes to your financial data, ensuring that your personal and sensitive information is kept as secure as possible. With a number of well publicised data breaches, the need to keep your sensitive financial data both secure and regulated is of the utmost importance. What is […]

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Buying a property for the first time can be a long and confusing process but working out in advance who is responsible for what and when can make the process that little easier. In this article we will assess the exact roles and responsibilities for every component of the purchasing chain. The Vendor It may […]

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