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What Are The Advantages Of Planning For A Funeral?
More and more people are understanding the advantages of planning for a funeral. This growing trend not only means that they can shop around and decide exactly what they want to do, but also takes a lot of the worry and uncertainty away from their families and friends.
Death in the family is always an extremely harrowing and emotional time, and trying to organize a funeral really can compound the problems. Many people simply see organizing their own funeral as a way of not only getting what they wanted, but also of not leaving their loved ones with any extra burdens.
- Strict instructions and plans takes away any uncertainty (and arguments) among the loved ones left behind
- Strict instructions and plans means that your “grand finale” is exactly what you wanted
- Planning ahead means that you can actually have the presence of mind to shop around and find the best value for money (something which might not be thought acceptable at the last minute)
- Planning ahead means that you can budget, or even prepay for your funeral without leaving the financial burden on your loved ones
- Planning ahead reduces the likelihood of your loved ones spending far more money than is necessary, some people see it as a way of measuring how much you meant to them, ie the more they spend means the more they loved you. Whilst that is of course rubbish, many people simply don’t think rationally at times like these.
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Burial insurance (aka funeral insurance) is a basic issue life insurance policy that covers people until they reach 100 years old. Burial insurance (also known as funeral insurance) is promoted as a way to pay in advance for your funeral expenses so that your loved ones won’t have to pay for your funeral. There are many things you can do to make your death easier on the wallets of those you love. Preplanning your funeral saves money and grief, as well as deciding whether you want to be buried in a casket or cremated and put into and urn, figuring out who gets what part of your estate and all the related turmoil associated with the end of life.
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