Some people may also consider they have their funeral plans firmly in place and the means to pay when the time comes – “I’ve already got my funeral plans put into my Will” or “I’ve already got the money put aside in a savings account, which is earning interest”.
Making provisions in a Will can cause timing issues regarding the release of funds. Most savings accounts, if not all, won’t currently pay enough interest to keep pace with the rate in which funeral costs are rising.
What’s more, Over 50s insurance policies and savings don’t include a note of their wishes for their funeral arrangements, nor any help with these, so their family will still have to manage this themselves.
A prepaid funeral plan is the most practical and cost-effective way to take care of funeral costs and arrangements in advance.
Not only does the plan fix the costs of the services it covers, but you can also document your wishes, so your loved ones are spared the additional pressures of trying to arrange the perfect send off for you. You can document as much or as little as you want, and change your mind at any time for no additional cost*.
We have access to the whole of market of funeral plan providers through our partnership with Best Funeral Plans, ensuring we are able to match up your specific circumstances with the best provider to meet your exacting requirements.
Here is a highlight of some of the more popular providers that our clients choose: