The death of a loved one is an extremely grief ridden time for all family and friends.
At such a time you are faced with many things to arrange not the least of which is the funeral. Who to choose to administer it, where to hold it, how to conduct it, how to let friends know, how to ensure the service is what the loved one would have wanted,cremation or burial,religious or non religious service,flowers or donations,and a reception for family and friends to meet and remember the deceased.
All of this within a day or so of losing your loved one.
Well of course there is an answer to most of the above questions and it is the acquisition of a pre-paid Funeral Plan.
By acquiring a plan you can make the majority of arrangements for your own funeral and not leave it to your grief stricken relatives to try and sort things out after you are gone.
You can buy at current funeral costs with no more to find whenever your funeral takes place in the future. With costs rising annually at between 5 to 8% it represents a good investment whilst rates of interest on investments remain low. Good plans also provide for payments by instalments up to age 80.
It is also worth remembering that funeral costs are the first charge out of anyone’s estate and so an early purchase can ensure that there will be more of your estate left to be inherited.
Prudent planners will find that this is truly a plan for all seasons!