Having a loved one pass away is one of the most difficult days we experience as a family. The last thing we want to do is add to their grieving, and pass on an $8,000 to $12,000 funeral bill with no means to pay it off.
Most people don’t want their spouse, siblings, or kids to reach into their own pockets, or sell off investments that they have worked hard for and need for their own retirement and living expenses.
With insurance rates at all time lows, and funeral expenses going up, the sooner you plan, the less expensive it is, and the sooner you will have the peace of mind of preventing a financial hardship upon your family.
Do you ask your family or kids to pay your rent or mortgage? Do you expect them to pay your cable or electric bill?? Then why would we expect them to pay for our final expenses??
Ask yourself, what’s harder? Will it be more difficult now to come up with $40-$60 a month for a few years, or your family coming up with the $8,000 to $12,000?
Many have procrastinated way too long! By the time we are 65 or older, insurance costs just get harder to afford and qualify for!
Our age, and health condition determine these costs.
The time to act is now! There are no free funerals. The government only pays out $255 to our beneficiary.
Your family is important to you and protecting them is your top priority. It’s always a good idea to look ahead at how they’ll be taken care of should anything suddenly happens to you. Now there is an affordable way to guarantee your family will have the cash they need to cover bills and other expenses after your death.