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FuneralFinancials.com Advises Proactive Funeral Pre-Planning

June 17, 2013

On the heels of the results of a survey that said only a quarter of people had pre-arranged their funeral, FuneralFinancials.com recommends funeral pre-planning to help save loved ones financial and emotional distress.

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 16, 2013

According to an article from USA Today published 05/29/13, it was reported that in a 2010 survey conducted by the National Funeral Directors Association, 66% of adults said they would choose to arrange their own funeral service but only 25% had already arranged it. Family members faced with the task of making funeral arrangements often find themselves overwhelmed by the costs and sheer number of decisions involved. Funeral Financials advises funeral pre-planning to help the loved ones left behind make the best funeral decisions possible.

Whether the death of a loved one occurs unexpectedly or after a long illness, having to make funeral arrangements is sure to be an emotional experience. It can be difficult for people to bring up pre-planning in advance with the ones they care about, but still, Funeral Financials is confident that broaching this uneasy topic will pay off. Pre-planning means that the person can provide their own input into the type of service and burial they would want. There are financial benefits to this as well. For example, a family could save on casket costs if they discover their loved one would prefer a simple wooden casket, compared to the more elaborate ones that the family might have chosen on their own.

Setting aside time to pre-plan one´s own funeral also means that attention is paid to other matters that are important upon death. For example, people frequently organize their account and benefit information to help the ones they leave behind. This might include information about accessing bank accounts, investments, or perhaps an AARP insurance plan. The view of FuneralFinancials.com is that pre-planning means a person is being proactive about the details that are important to know in the case of a death. Their efforts are sure to help their bereaved family through a difficult time.

Many people report that they would choose to arrange their own funerals, yet only a third of those people actually do. Pre-planning a funeral is an important activity that can help ease the emotional and financial burden of loved ones left behind. Funeral Financials recommends funeral pre-planning to ensure that people receive the funeral service that is best suited to their final wishes.

About Funeral Financials:

FuneralFinancials.com is a website that helps people make the best choices related to funerals and funeral planning. The website provides daily updates about current events in the funeral industry.

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