Why Should you Consider a Funeral Plan
The Rising Cost of Funerals
Many Families in the UK are worried about the rising costs of funerals and associated costs. According to the Sun Life cost of dying report, by 2029 the average costs of a basic cremation and funeral directors fee’s will have risen to £10,203, meaning that many will struggle to meet the rising costs. As its stands today as of 2017 the typical costs of a basic funeral is currently around £4000.00.
Why choose Money Know-How Ltd
We offer a highly professional dedicated service. By searching all the main funeral plan providers and, using our many years of experience in the financial services industry, we make sure we cut through the small print and terms and conditions to ensure that our clients get the best funeral plan to meet their needs at the best price. As you are dealing with a regulated company you can be assured of the highest level of customer service and a guarantee of the quality of our advice. We arrange hundreds of funeral plans each year and we have access to some of the best offers in terms of price and quality of plans.
All funeral plans taken out through Money Know-How Ltd offer a free family will worth around £199.00 and free storage of all documents for safe keeping plus discounts of any other financial or estate planning products you may need in the future to protect your home and assets.
Prepare today for a peaceful tomorrow
According to the Sun Life Cost of Dying Report 2013, average funeral costs have risen from £1,230 in 1997 to £4000 today - an increase of over 225%. Conservative estimates suggest that by 2024 a funeral will cost, on average, between £7,000 and £8000
Planning and paying for your funeral plan in advance Freezes the cost of all the funeral director's fees and services at today's funeral prices and protects your family against rising inflation and rising funeral expenses.
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