If you die with no will, this is what you can expect

If you have no last will & testament that means you would have died, leaving your estate in intestate. To have died “in intestacy” means a court-appointed executor will compile any assets of the deceased, pay any liabilities and distribute the assets to those parties

To buy or to rent?

In this current economic climate, it’s hard to gauge whether making a purchase on a property is better than renting. It’s all very relative as not everyone has immediate access to cash which is obviously the dream. If you have R2 million in cash and

How to report a deceased estate

Depending on the value of the estate you need to report on, you will be required to completed different forms and different processes will take place. The distinction is less than R250 000 and estates exceeding R250 000. Save and print the below image so

5 basic requirements of a valid Will

In order for a Will to be valid you need to make sure that you at least have these 5 basic requirements covered. If you need any help to set up a Will and Testament, don’t forget that Truth About Money, with their partner Lipco,

Deceased estate tip

Lipco share with us estate tips to help you wind up an estate! An estate is the net worth of a person at any point in time alive or dead. It is the sum of a person’s assets – legal rights, interests and entitlements to

What to consider for your Will

Your last message to your loved ones… If you have not made a Will before, there are numerous factors you need to consider before you will be ready to start. You need to be at least 16 years old and judged to be mentally competent

Let a living will speak for you when you cannot

An image has been circulating on social media showing a tattoo on a man’s back. What makes this photo memorable is that this man’s tattoo is a living will – complete with witness signatures. While it’s certainly not necessary to permanently inscribe it on your