WHO GETS TO KEEP YOUR MILLION RAND?

Win R2,500 just in time for Easter

Today’s Poll is a tricky one.

Emotions might be running high when this happens – and what seems like the right thing to do might be the worst possible decision you could make. Truth be told, we can’t wait to see the results. The Poll runs for this week – from Monday the 27th of March to Sunday the 2nd of April 2017 – so get on with it, will you?

So here’s a bit of background for the poll:

  • You own a one million Rand life insurance policy.
  • At the moment your wife or husband is the beneficiary, but
  • You’re in the process of getting a divorce
  • You have two small kids from the relationship, ages 4 and 8, and to make things really complicated
  • You’re in a new relationship

Who will you choose as the new beneficiary for the million Rand?

Participate in our Poll below


Now leave your details below so we can get in touch if you win the cash

Life Insurance Poll Entry

Are you in the market for life cover?

If yes, leave your details below and we will get the guys from Hollard to call you back about their offering.

And if you haven’t already, make sure you read our blog post on the Hollard life product here.

Hollard Life - Poll Lead

Until next time.

The InsuranceFundi Team

 

 

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4 thoughts on “WHO GETS TO KEEP YOUR MILLION RAND?

  1. I do not want to be overrun by constant annoying aggravating advertisements AT ALL and if this is the purpose of the blog COUNT ME OUT!!!

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  2. My Testamentary trust will make provision for my small children, to make sure that they are covered financially

    • That’s great…I’m sure we have an article somewhere explaining more. I’ll update and republish it.