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If you won £100 today what would you do with it?
edited 18 November 2013 at 1:30PM in Compers chat corner
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The thread will open when the comp starts and when the reindeer and santas are lurking, so next Thursday (19th) at 11am
Missprice you should wait until next November and get your will drafted under the 'Will Aid' charity scheme:
You go to a local solicitor involved in the scheme and they'll draft a will for you. You can then (on a voluntary and discretionary basis) make a donation to the charity. It only runs in November, so you've got a bit of time to wait. I think Martin Lewis mentions it in his weekly email, so apologies if you are aware of this already