Have your clients registered their will?

05 Sep 2014

It's Write and Register a Will Week

Every year we hold Write and Register a Will Week to raise consumer awareness on the importance of writing and registering their will, along with the overall benefits of long term planning.  This year we've collaborated with Certainty.co.uk, the national will register, to help us with our campaign.

Our recent research shows a shocking 28.7million people in the UK do not have a will, with astonishingly high figures in the 30s-40s age bracket.  Help us to change this by getting involved with Write and Register a Will Week on twitter, Facebook and Google+, using the hashtag #WRAWW #MyWillMyWay when leaving us your comments.

Want to know more about our findings?  Read our full press release here.

Could you be a winner?

Exciting news!  This week entries have opened to Bluebook advisers for our Media Awards 2015.  If you would like to be one of our lucky winners, you can find out how to enter the awards here.

Not registered on the Bluebook?  Don't panic!  You still have time to sign up and submit your application.

A risk you may have missed

Paul Stanfield, CEO of The Federation of European Independent Financial Advisers, tells us about the risks to you and your business when your clients decide to leave the UK.

Do you know the importance behind Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes, or QROPS if you will? You only get one chance at getting it right!  Read Paul's full article here.


Congratulations to this week's #AdviseroftheWeek Dennis Hall, for sharing '10 Things to ask your Financial Adviser'.  To read the full article click here.

To get our live updates follow us on twitter @unbiased_co_uk.

LinkedIn discussion: Write and Register a Will

We're discussing all things Wills!  With more than half of the UKs population not having registered a will, we asked you 'How can we encourage the 57% of UK adults who still haven't written a will to start writing one? Have your say here.

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