Pre Paid Funeral Plans: The 100% FREE Funeral Plan Guide for Over 50's

The Guide to Pre Paid Funeral Plans 

What is a Prepaid funeral plan? 

We demystify funeral plans and have a free guide ready for you. 

Also known as a funeral plan, prepaid funerals are for anyone who wants to pay for their funeral in advance, before costs become too expensive. There are a few key reasons why you'd want a funeral payment plan: 

  • Your family doesn't have to pay for your funeral themselves. 
  • Your family also doesn't have to plan your funeral while they're grieving.
  • When the time comes they'll make ONE phone call and the nominated funeral director will spring into action and execute your funeral wishes, which will have been chosen directly by you. 
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While it may feel uncomfortable or even morbid to consider the costs and arrangements, doing so can help protect you from inflating funeral costs whilst ensuring your wishes are fulfilled.

Since SunLife first began analysing funeral plan prices in 2004, the cost of a funeral in the UK has more than doubled. This is especially true for residents of the capital; in London, the average funeral now costs £5,529, a figure that’s 42% higher than the national average!

If you fail to put in place plans before you die, your loved ones can be left to bear the emotional burden of organising your funeral, not to mention finding the funds to cover the cost of it

A prepaid funeral plan can put your mind at ease whilst also helping your loved ones feel more comfortable that everything will be handled after you pass away.

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Steve Bailey from Hertfordshire says...
"The free call that I got from FuneralGuide helped me to decide that I didn't want to leave my kids with that kind of burden."

Paying for your funeral in advance can save money and stress for family members

Inflation causes the price to rise over time. This includes many of the products and services associated with funerals. If you can pay now for a “guaranteed rate” you'll get a better deal on a coffin, funeral service, body transportation and more. The earlier you pay the more you'll save.

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Reduced Stress for Your Family

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Prepaid Funeral Questions / FAQ

It's natural to have questions, and at, we are here to provide easy-to-understand, honest advice when it matters most. If you are unsure of how to prepare for funeral arrangements or whether or not a prepaid plan is right for you, we have compiled a list of some frequently asked questions that can help you make your decision with your loved ones easier....

What are the basics of a prepaid funeral?

What are the benefits of a fixed price funeral plan?

How much is a funeral plan?

What should I consider when comparing monthly payment funeral plans?

Are prepaid funeral plans a good idea?

Are there any disadvantages?

How else can I pay for my funeral?

What if the funeral plan company goes out of business?

What is the cheapest cover you can get for your age?

Cheapest cover for single parent on benefits?

What is the price for cheapest cremation?

What does guaranteed mean?

What is not covered in a funeral plan?

Is interest added to a funeral plan if paying monthly or in full?

Is it possible to take out more than one funeral plan just in case first one doesn't cover it?

How long does it take a funeral plan to pay out after death / funeral?

How do I know if the deceased bought a funeral plan?

If the deceased had a funeral plan and I found out after paying for the funeral?

What a funeral plan DOES NOT cover?

What if individual circumstances change and you can no longer afford to pay for a funeral?

What if the plan provider's company goes out of business?

I am an expat, can I have a funeral plan?

What happens if I move house within the UK?

What if I want to be buried elsewhere?

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