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BILLION DOLLAR

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THE BILLION-DOLLAR QUESTION EVERY SOLICITOR SHOULD ASK WHEN WRITING A WILL

EITHER DEFINITELY WANT TO LEAVE SOMETHING TO CHARITY OR ARE UNDECIDED.

Two thirds of Australian’s

Only one in twelve

CURRENTLY DO INCLUDE A BEQUEST TO CHARITY  IN THEIR WILL.

If they did, the data shows charities would receive at least a billion dollars more every year. 

The reason for this intention-action gap

The difference one simple question can make is staggering. Not only will it help more Australians get the Wills they want, it’ll help more charities have more money to do more good.

AUSTRALIAN SOLICITORS RARELY ASK CLIENTS ABOUT CHARITABLE BEQUESTS.

You don’t have to push charitable bequests, just ask clients if they’d like to consider one. (The study also showed most people have no problem at all being asked.)

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