We all have something precious that needs looking after when we’re gone

Two easy steps to ensure your loved ones and possessions are taken care of.

Step 1 – Nominate your beneficiaries
Unlike directly owned property or shares, super doesn’t automatically form a part of your estate if you pass away. Instead, your super benefits are paid out under the rules of the super fund. That’s why it’s so important to ensure that you’ve nominated your beneficiaries.
There are restrictions on who you can nominate to receive your super. Or, you can nominate a Legal Personal Representative, who will distribute your super according to your Will.
Find out more, visit flightcentresuper.com.au/beneficiaries

Step 2 – Create a Will for just $25
Regardless of your age or financial position, a Will is essential. Whether it is your treasured possessions, arrangements for your children or pets, or a gift to charity, we all have something to leave behind. Without a Will, legislation dictates how your assets are distributed, which may not be in line with your wishes.
It’s never been simpler to create a Will. Moneywise Global has partnered with easywill to give you access to a low cost, low stress online Will service.

Create a Will. Visit fctgeasywill.com.au and in just 25 minutes rest assured that your loved ones and precious assets are looked after.

Need help? Contact Client Services on 1800 571 830. Alternatively speak with Moneywise on 1300 728 249 or email financialadvice@moneywiseglobal.com


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