The risks of dying without a valid will

There’s an old saying that in life, only death and taxes are certain. Despite this truism, many people find discussing financial planning for after they have passed away to be intimidating or even disturbing. But given that death is inevitable, it’s vital for your own sake and that of your loved ones that you put adequate plans in place to determine what becomes of the fruits of your lifetime of hard work and investment. Johan Gous, a specialist financial adviser at FFG, gives his expert advice.

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