Funeral costs are set to rise by 53% in 4 years – here’s the brilliant way Expats in Spain are avoiding them….
Insuring your funeral used to be a rare thing in the past. However, due to ballooning costs, over 500,000 people have rushed to ‘lock in’ current prices and safeguard themselves against the future.
According to recent studies, the total cost of passing away is now £8,802 – for those living in the UK. This covers all the costs associated with funerals such as flowers & catering, as well as the other aspects people often forget, like estate administration costs – which the government refuses to pay.
However, for an expat in Spain the cost shoots up when you take into account the price of repatriation and other complications from living abroad.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, the forecast for these expenses is eye-watering, with reports estimating that by 2020 they could increase by a whopping 53% – taking them to around £12,500.*
It will guarantee the cost of your funeral won’t rocket upwards over time. This means you and your loved ones (wherever they may be based) can be relieved from the financial & emotional stress involved.
Without a funeral plan, if there is no money saved up, or your life insurance doesn’t cover it, then your relatives will have to pay these huge expenses themselves. Luckily there’s an easy way to avoid this.
YourFuneralCovered.com™ have already helped thousands of people find the right plan for them. Their simple online form makes requesting a quote easy and their team will work with you to ensure you find the best funeral plan for your needs & budget.
Funeral plans are surprisingly cheap, and for the worry they relieve it’s a small price to pay.
No health checks are necessary, making your sign up completely hassle-free. It only takes a few minutes and then you’re covered.
You choose a funeral director and solicitor to tailor your plan for you.
Remove any unnecessary stress from both you and your family. By pre-paying for a funeral plan you can put all worry to one side.
With funeral costs set to hit £12,500 in just 4 years, now is the time to take action.