AFTER YOU'RE GONE...
After you die, will your loved ones be left with lots of cherished memories?
... Or a "not-so-good" memory of having to pay for your funeral?
As hard as it is to think about our own death someday, imagine the burden your family would be facing after you die if there is not enough money to pay the bills that remain.
Trouble is, the cost of a burial, cremation and/or funeral can be among the most expensive that many people will ever have. In fact, these “final expenses” in the U.S. now average just about $9,500, and quite often there can also be incidental (usually unexpected, and often surprising) costs that can arise as well. These can include:
Death Certificate – Grave/Plot Fees – Body Identification Fee – Cemetery Plot – Grave Vault – Temporary Grave Marker – Headstone – Full Obituary – Embalming – Viewing Fees – Church Fees – Body Preparation – Reception Refreshments – Grave Liner – Wreaths – Casket – Music Fees – Funeral Home Services - Casket - Outer Burial Container - Flowers - Music - Transportation - Pastoral Services - Grave Opening/Closing - Marker/Monument - Perpetual Care - The "Fine Print" - $$$?
With all of these expenses, it’s not uncommon for families to be left with a financial burden of $10,000 to $15,000.
Fortunately… there is a Solution.