Should I Pre-Pay for My Funeral?

By: David Tindall
Thursday, September 27, 2018

It isn’t uncommon for people to feel uncomfortable at the thought of death and very few will discuss the idea of their own death. However, today the concept of pre-paying for funerals is becoming more accepted by people from all walks of life. When people prepay for their funeral, they also get the chance to plan everything just the way they want it.

Pre-Paying For A Funeral - The Facts

If you are wondering whether you should pre-pay for your funeral, here are some facts to keep in view:

  • When you prepay for your funeral, you know that your family wouldn’t be burdened with the expenses after your demise.
  • You can have detailed discussions with the funeral director about how you want the entire service to take place. This means your funeral service can be as simple or elaborate as you want it to be. The funeral director will ensure that all your preferences are taken into account and made note of. This leaves no ambiguity about what needs to be done when the time finally arrives to make the arrangements.
  • There are times when family members don’t see eye-to-eye, and this sense of disagreement can filter through when they are when planning a funeral service for a loved one. When you pre-plan and pre-pay for your funeral, your family doesn’t get the chance to disagree with each other. The entire service to be held to just the way you planned it.
  • Planning your funeral in advance and paying for it has a number of distinct benefits. The amount that you pay will not increase over time, regardless of how much the prices escalate in the future.

As you can see, there are a number of benefits to pre-planning and pre-paying for your funeral. If you want to know more about our funeral services, feel free to contact us at Tindall Funeral Home today and we’ll be happy to help with all your specific needs.

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