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Savings and Investments

How to create a trust for your children

By Staff Writer

This guide explains what a trust fund is, how it functions, and the benefits of creating one for your children.

How to create a trust for your children
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Finance

How has estate planning gone digital?

By Harper Banks

While traditional estate planning still has a place, technology has brought significant changes. We find out what these are, and we discuss four considerations that are part of modern estate planning.

How has estate planning gone digital?
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Retirement planning

For how many years can you “rule from the grave”?

By Isabelle Coetzee

When you pass away, you may have certain conditions set for your loved ones who will inherit your estate. But for how long can your wishes have an influence on your estate after you’ve passed away?

For how many years can you “rule from the grave”?
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Financial Health

How your estate will be wrapped up when you’re gone

By Isabelle Coetzee

Have you ever wondered what happens to your belongings once you die? Perhaps your loved ones will clear out your apartment, or your landlord will gain possession of what’s left behind.

How your estate will be wrapped up when you’re gone
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Life Cover , Funeral Cover

Everything you need to know about wills

By Athenkosi Sawutana

Death can leave a lot of confusion and chaos. What happens to your possessions when you die can have a profound effect on those you leave behind. But you can soften the impact by drawing up a will.

Everything you need to know about wills
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Retirement planning , Investments

Estranged family fighting over your assets

By Isabelle Coetzee

Barely a week after your death your estranged relatives battle one another for ownership of your assets. Those dearest to you receive nothing while your nemesis becomes entitled to the bulk of your wealth. This is a train wreck. And, like 70% of the working population who pass away without a will, there’s absolutely nothing you can do about it now. 

Estranged family fighting over your assets
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Financial News

Estate planning for new parents

By Jessica Anne Wood

You are planning to start a family, but how do you ensure that you cover your child’s financial needs should something happen to you and your spouse?

Estate planning for new parents
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