Final Expense

Life is full of unexpected events. Should an unforeseen tragedy occur, the last thing you want to leave your loved ones is the burden of final expenses such as funeral costs, medical bills and legal fees.

No one likes to think about if or when a loved one will die, or the several important decisions surviving family members will be faced with due to an untimely death.

Although you may have not given Final Expense planning much thought, "End-of-life expenses" are inevitable, ask yourself:

  • Do I have a plan in place today to pay for my final expenses?
  • Have you considered your final expense needs?
  • Have you addressed the needs and made all the necessary decisions?
  • How will your funeral expenses be paid?
  • Will all of your outstanding healthcare bills be paid?
  • Could your family afford to pay your total final expenses without significant sacrifices to their savings?

A funeral is the third largest family expense on average it can cost surviving family members $7,000 to $15,000 or more.

Some of the additional expenses associated with a funeral can include ceremonies, transportation, purchase of cemetery plot, casket or vault, headstone, family travel expenses, flowers, and other incidentals can be costly as well.

If this is something that you have thought about or you don't want your spouse to suffer the cost of your burial while they are grieving over you, then now is the time to plan before its too late.

If this is something that you have thought about or you don't want your spouse to suffer the cost of your burial while they are grieving over you, then now is the time to plan before its too late.

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