How To Leave A Gift In Your Will
It is important to have a Will to ensure your estate is given to the people and causes you most care about. Making or updating your Will need not be expensive or complicated but you should seek legal advice and talk through how you wish your estate to be distributed. Reviewing your Will every few years is also important as circumstances change throughout your life such as marriage, sale of a property, birth of children or grandchildren.
„I bequeath to World Bicycle Relief Australia Ltd, ABN 85 610 648 612
- the residue of my estate OR
- percentage of my residuary estate (specified percentage) OR
- the sum of (specified sum), OR
- my (specified assets),
free of all duties and taxes including, if any CGT, and the receipt of the Secretary or other authorised officer for the time being shall be a complete and sufficient discharge for the executor(s).“
TYPES OF GIFTS IN WILLS
Residuary – The remainder of an estate after specific gifts have been disbursed.
Percentage – A percentage of either the residue or the entire estate.
Specific asset – Real estate shares, bonds or other particular items of value.
Pecuniary – A specific gift of cash
We understand that making your Will is a very personal matter and we will respect your confidentiality at all times. However, if you have already included World Bicycle Relief Australia in your Will, or are considering doing so, please let us know so that we can thank you properly and welcome you into our World Bicycle Relief community.
For a confidential discussion about how you can help mobilise people in Africa through The Power of Bicycles by remembering World Bicycle Relief in your Will, please contact: Di Mason, Development Director on 0450 811 806 or email firstname.lastname@example.org