Who should you select as an executor and what happens to your retirement funds when you die? Maya and Mapalo unpack what you need to consider when writing up your will.
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A valid will ensures your wishes are carried out, makes it easier for your family, and protects your children when you no longer can.
There is a critical difference between a godparent and a legal guardian and getting the two confused could have very serious and unintended consequences for your child or you.
It is officially National Wills Week. Wills can get quite tricky – there are several common mistakes that are made when drafting a Will that can have a serious impact on your wishes.
Here are some financial resolutions that you should aim to achieve this year.
Buying insurance, and drafting and updating your Will, can be put next to each other on the list of things that we don’t really want to do, and often put off doing.
In the final episode of Change in your Pocket, we highlight the importance of dealing with various admin issues before you get married.
Most people draft a will because they want to avoid inheritance battles, but these common mistakes can fuel more family feuds.
If you have invested offshore, you may need a foreign will to deal with your foreign assets on your death.
There may be very good reasons to postpone starting a family, but it’s also important to consider the potential financial implications when you make this call, says Karin Muller, head of Growth Market Solutions at Sanlam. People are delaying having children for various reasons, among them societal expectations, deferred marriage or long-term...