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All you need to know about wills and estate planning

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Couple planning their finances and wills.
Couple planning their finances and wills.
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It’s something people tend to put off for a rainy day. But having a will in place will give you and your family peace of mind.

It’ll feel good to know your loved ones won’t be left out in the cold and they will be saved from unnecessary battles over who gets what.

So, what do you need to do? Drum speaks to head of operations at FNB Matlhodi Leane to learn more.

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