Being aware of the steps involved in organizing a postmortem homecoming isn’t just useful knowledge in case a loved one passes away while on vacation.
Why is cremation becoming more popular? Five reasons more people are choosing direct cremation According to research by the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA), close to half the country now favors cremation over other end-of-life options. As more and more traditional funeral homes close their doors, others open as cremation services increase in quantity and…
No matter where you are in the Alzheimer’s journey, it’s never an easy path to walk. But looking ahead, difficult though it may be, can help give you clarity.
It’s not easy to make plans in the wake of a loved one’s passing. Grief tends to make even simple tasks seem more complex. The key to getting through it is taking things one step at a time.
Often insurance is the most effective way to begin making financial arrangements for end-of-life costs, such as cremation. But what exactly is cremation insurance, and how does it help you prepare for the future?
The average cost of prepaid funeral plans depends on a variety of factors. Two of the most important factors that will affect the final price of your prepaid funeral plan are the funeral home you make arrangements with and whether you choose burial or cremation. Depending on the final disposition method you choose and the funeral provider you make arrangements with, you can pay anywhere between $950 to $15,000.
Pre-need or prepaid plans lift this financial and emotional burden by allowing you to choose a plan that can spread payments out over a period of 24 months.