From a imutual shareholders view such an ability as proposed would give a tactical advantage to each and every member.richard@imutual wrote:an6ypan6y is correct. This seems an unnecessary and complicated diversion to impose on imutual. Inheritance of your assets is best handled by means of a will (or intestate laws in the absence of one).expressman33 wrote:With my works pension I did not put this in my will, I filled in a form for beneficiaries ,an6ypan6y wrote:Surely, this would have to be written in to your will and not administered by a tick-box on a web site,.
Pensions can be different, given that your family might receive extra benefits e.g. for death in service
We are here on imutual day-in-day-out, week-in-week-out, month-in-month-out, year-in-year-out, half-a-decade-in-half-a-decade-out. So to simply login and change our willed preference is straightforward, easy and free. imutual shares aren't like Royal Mail, BP or Facebook. imutual shares are a very hands-on affair.
We can simply write in our will:
That means we can change our mind and do as we please until our last breath.I leave my imutual shares to whoever I chose in my online account option.