A major funeral stress is that costs are required to be paid upfront at the time of death or shortly thereafter. And sometimes, there’s just not enough time for grieving families to scrape enough money together to provide the best for their loved ones.
A typical funeral involves a director’s fee, death certificate, casket, plot and burial fees or cremation charges, plus transport vehicle costs. There are also ceremony fees to consider such as hiring a celebrant, organist and flowers. And what about a wake?
Key funeral insurance features
Funeral insurance provides your family with a considerate payout at the time that you or a family member dies. This payout can be used to cover funeral costs.
It allows you to choose from a range of policies to determine your level of cover and affordability. You can also select the beneficiaries you wish to receive the benefits of your funeral cover upon your death.
Most funeral insurance providers offer coverage that will grow with inflation so your policy is protected from future price changes.
If funeral insurance sounds suitable, consider writing a funeral plan to complement your funeral insurance policy. You can also make your wishes known within you formal will. This ensures that your wishes are clearly communicated to your executor be carried out to your preference. For example, you may wish to be buried a certain way (burial, cremated or ‘green’ burial).
Choosi can help you to compare from a range of funeral insurers so you can find a policy to suit your needs and your budget.
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