Burial Insurance

Many of the usual provisions of Burial Plans in other states are relaxed in Pennsylvania. This is not to say Pennsylvania allows criminal activity. The laws surrounding a prepaid burial are more generous to the consumer, than in other states and allows for the funeral director to offer many different types of arrangements, under the.. More

Georgia law is very aware of the most current funeral service organizations on the internet. The Georgia Board of Funeral Service posts awareness alerts all the time, to let prepaid funeral plan purchasers know of any illegitimate or shady companies taking peoples money and not fulfilling their obligations properly. All funeral and burial services organizations.. More

In the insurance business, we know it’s not comfortable to think about something like burial insurance. After all, it’s one thing to sign up for a life insurance plan so that your loved ones will be taken care of after you pass. It’s quite another to search for a plan that will take care of.. More

Illinois has some of the most comprehensive statutes concerning prepaid burial plans in the country. The regulatory body in the state is the Comptroller’s Office and each municipality regulates and enforces the funeral homes and cemetery associations in the state. Compliance with the laws governing burial and funeral arrangements is mandatory and funeral home directors.. More

Burial insurance is a wonderful form of protection for those who need coverage that only covers their final expenses, their burial costs. As you get older, your financial needs change. With that, so does the face amount you need with your insurance in many cases. You no longer have kids at home who are dependent.. More

It’s expensive to die! That’s a morbid thought, but it’s true. When you think of rising costs in society, you think of healthcare and maybe education, don’t you? Nobody realizes how high the average funeral cost today. The cost of dying has risen faster than any other segment of our economy over the last 30.. More

Burial insurance for 60-year-olds is a normal part of end-of-life planning. It is a small, usually permanent, life insurance policy. The death benefit (money your beneficiary will receive) should be just enough to cover your funeral. Maybe with some left over to pay any final bills. Why is Burial Insurance Important for 60 Year Olds?.. More

There are plenty of ways that you can maximize your estate. One of the best ways to leverage the money you have and provide for your estate at the time that you pass away is to have whole life insurance, especially whole life insurance that has been paid up to date. How is this possible?.. More

Burial insurance is a way to provide your loved ones with the money they need to cover your final expenses, specifically those related to your burial. The average funeral costs $9,000 and this is just for a middle of the road service. More complex services or larger headstones with a nice casket might cost much.. More