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Making a Will is an important part of planning for the future. After you have provided for loved ones, you may then consider including Retina Australia as a beneficiary.

Many people may wish to leave a bequest to Retina Australia in their Will, and these contributions will contribute significantly to our search for treatments and a cure for inherited retinal dystrophies.

If you have already made a Will, perhaps you could consider asking your solicitor to add a codicil, which will incorporate your gift to Retina Australia, or you may wish to seek professional advice from a Trustee Company( such as Australian Executor Trustees LImited) when updating or drafting your will.

In order to help with arranging your bequest to Retina Australia, here is a suggested form of words which could be used in your will:

I give to Retina Australia Limited the sum of ... free all duties and taxes payable upon or in consequence of my death and I declare that the receipt of its Treasurer or other authorised officer shall be sufficient discharge to my executors.



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