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Just 34 per cent of adults in Ireland have a will

Only 34 per cent of people living in Ireland have made a will, according to new research conducted by Amarach Research on behalf of MyLegacy.

29th September, 2012

Only 34 per cent of people living in Ireland have made a will, according to new research conducted by Amarach Research on behalf of MyLegacy, an umbrella group of charities working to encourage legacy donations.

The figures released in the survey are consistent with similar research conducted in May 2006.

According to the findings, people are more likely to make a will as they get older. Some 51 per cent of those aged between 45 and 64...

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