Monday, December 3, 2007

All about wills

Bankrate has run a good introduction to wills, with answers to many common questions. Here's the most important one - who needs a will?

Experts advise that anyone with significant assets or minor children should have a will.

In the event that you're young, single and without children, think about whether you have significant assets that you want particular people to inherit upon your death. If you want to leave your extensive gold jewelry collection to your best friend instead of your parents, you'd need a will for that.