March 2, 2020
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Life insurance is a simple and cost-effective way to make sure your family will have the money to cover the costs of your funeral services and pay any outstanding debts. It will also make it more likely that your funeral plan, if you have one, will be carried out the way you want because the costs and expenses of it will be covered ahead of time when you choose what amount of policy benefits are most appropriate.

December 31, 2019
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The average cost of a funeral can vary from $4,000 to $9,000 depending on what geographic area of the United States you live in and the type of funeral. For many families, especially if the passing of a loved one was unexpected, the unplanned cost of a funeral can be a huge financial burden. While there are many ways to finance a funeral or end-of-life plans, including life insurance, funeral insurance, the estate, donations, government benefits, one method families may want to consider is a funeral loan.

December 7, 2019
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Funeral insurance (burial insurance, final expense insurance, or pre-need insurance) is a type of insurance product used to pay for final funeral arrangements related to the policy owner's funeral or memorial service. The main motivation for using an insurance product is so that the expense of a funeral does not fall to family and friends or to alleviate the burden of paying for funeral expenses out of the estate.

September 5, 2019
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Claiming a life insurance policy is fairly straightforward. The beneficiary should contact the provider as soon as possible following the death of the insured to begin the process. The claims representative will request paperwork to process the claim, which will include a certified copy of the death certificate along with a “statement of claim”, or “request of benefits”, signed by the beneficiary.

September 5, 2019
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As if losing a loved one isn’t hard enough, things can become more difficult when trying to figure out how to pay for a funeral. If the deceased didn’t preplan their funeral or dictate their last wishes, which can happen when death is unexpected, then figuring out how to pay for services can be difficult. While there aren’t a lot of options for funeral assistance, there are places to turn for assistance and there are ways to cut costs to fit your budget while still giving your loved one the send-off he or she deserves.

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