Pre-paid funeral plans

Why pre-pay? The answer might be simpler than you think

Everybody has their own reasons for opting for a Pre-Paid Funeral Plan, but from our experience by far one of the greatest is to take away the financial burden from loved ones in an already stressful period.

If you don’t have Pre-Paid Funeral plan in place the cost of your funeral is deducted from your estate. The process of administering an estate can take time, which therefore means that your loved ones may have to pay for your funeral themselves and then recoup the cost from your estate after it has been executed, and before your assets go to your intended beneficiaries. The average cost of a funeral today is £5000, which is no small figure and one that will continue to rise.

Some people have saving plans or insurances in place as a provision for their funeral. However both of these provisions are unlikely to rise at the same rate of inflation to cover the rising funeral costs, and neither of them stop the increase in funeral costs year after year.

By paying for your funeral in advance, the cost is frozen at today’s prices so you can protect your loved ones from escalating costs, not to mention take away the responsibility and worry of having to plan your funeral as well.

Pre-paying means pre planning, so you get the funeral YOU choose, taking the responsibility and guilt away from your loved ones. Responsibility which will be placed on them at a difficult time having just lost you.

There are a number of different plans to suit all budgets for you to choose from,  and plans can be paid for by monthly instalments usually over 1 to 10 years,  or you can pay a lump sum depending on budget and suitability.

Come and have a free chat regarding the Pre-paid funeral options available to you –  call us now on 01903 339 007

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