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Compare attitudes towards writing a will

What happens after we die? It’s a spiritual question for some. For others, it’s about what happens to our money, belongings and reputation – the mark we leave on the world.

LIFE AFTER DEATH 

SOUTH AFRICANS ATTITUDES TO WILLS

What happens after we die?

It’s a spiritual question for some. For others, it’s about what happens to our money, belongings and reputation – the mark we leave on the world.

Almost two thirds (65%) of South Africans don't have a will

From people under 55, this number rises to over three quarters (76%)

Despite this, we have some big opinions on what should happen after we're gone...

Millinnials vs Baby Boomers

Millennials are 52% more likely than Baby Boomers to create their wills online

81% of under 35s say, they'd consider leaving money to someone other than their family- eg. charity, friend, or particular party- but just 47% of over 55s agree

5% of South Africans would consider asking people to stay in a haunted house to get access to their will. This raises to almost 1 in 6 (14%) among 16 to 24 year olds

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Under 35s are most likely to support vengeful wills, almost 1 in 6 15% would consider using their will to settle an old score

Men vs Women

Anxious abour death

Twice as many women as men cite anxiety over death as a reason they haven't written a will

Women
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Would leave funeral wishes in a will

Men
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Would leave funeral wishes in a will

Women
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Would add the ex on their will

Men
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Would add the ex on their will

Women
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Would cut their partner out of their will for cheating

Men
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Would cut their partner out of their will for cheating

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