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New year, new you? It’s not for everyone, but a new year is a good excuse to get your ducks in a row and make sure all those little chores you have been putting off are done and dusted so that you can take on the year with a clean slate and a clear mind.

According to a new survey, one thing many people have been putting off is writing their will, with almost two thirds (65%) of Brits admitting that they do not have one. When questioned on why they don't have a will, the most common answer Brits give is 'I don't know' (26%).

Other reasons included:

-       “I don’t have the money” - 18%

-       “I’m not sure how to do it” - 12%

-       “I don’t need one until I am much older - 10%

-       “I don’t want one” - 8%

The survey, commissioned by online will experts Beyond, showed that - for those that do have a will in place - 24% would consider leaving money to a charity and a further 20% would consider leaving money to friends. 

The results of the survey have been visualised in the below infographic, so take a look to see how your views match up to the rest of the UK.



The UK's attitudes to wills
Provided by Beyond Life

New year, new you? Don't put off your will
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