People are fighting back against 14 years of rising costs with this easy solution.
Funeral costs are rising at a shocking rate – and people’s loved ones could be left to shoulder the bill.
Funeral plans used to be rare a decade ago.
However, due to the ballooning costs, thousands of people have rushed to ‘lock in’ current prices and safeguard themselves against the future.
According to independent research, the average cost of a funeral is an enormous £4,271.
And that’s before you take into account the price of flowers, catering, and estate administration costs, which the government refuses to pay.
That’s an eye watering 4.7% increase since 2017!
A Funeral Plan can help protect you from this.
Relieving you and your loved ones from financial and emotional stress, it will ensure the cost of your funeral won’t rocket upwards over time.
With projections showing that total cost of dying look likely to continue rising, there has never been a better time to consider your financial future.
If there’s no money saved up for your funeral, or your life insurance doesn’t cover it, your relatives will have to pay these huge expenses.
Luckily, there’s one simple solution.
Almost 12% of families experience significant financial problems when having to pay for their loved ones’ funeral costs. They are forced to use savings, credits cards or even take out loans, sell belongings or borrow money from friends to pay the funeral costs.
Also emotional costs of a funeral should not be underestimated with 17% of families feeling overwhelmed when having to plan their loved ones’ funeral.
Funeral Guardian has helped 1000s of Brits find the right funeral plan. In just a few minutes you could be on your way to peace of mind for you and your family.