Planning Your Own Funeral

To help relieve their families, an increasing number of people are planning their own funerals, designating their funeral preferences, and sometimes paying for them in advance. They see funeral planning as an extension of will and estate planning. Funeral Planning Tips Thinking ahead can help you make informed and thoughtful decisions about funeral arrangements. It…
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Types of Funerals

Every family is different, and not everyone wants the same type of funeral. Funeral practices are influenced by religious and cultural traditions, costs, and personal preferences. These factors help determine whether the funeral will be elaborate or simple, public or private, religious or secular, and where it will be held. They also influence whether the…
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Shopping for Funeral Services

When a loved one dies, grieving family members and friends often are confronted with dozens of decisions about the funeral  — all of which must be made quickly and often under great emotional duress. What kind of funeral should it be? What funeral provider should you use? Should you bury or cremate the body, or…
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The Funeral Rule – FTC

The Funeral Rule, enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), makes it possible for you to choose only those goods and services you want or need and to pay only for those you select, whether you are making arrangements when a death occurs or in advance. The Rule allows you to compare prices among funeral…
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Life Insurance Buyer’s Guide 

Prepared by the National Association of Insurance CommissionersThe National Association of Insurance Commissioners is an association of state insurance regulatory officials. This association helps the various insurance departments to coordinate insurance laws for the benefit of all consumers. This guide does not endorse any company or policy Before You Buy Life Insurance Understand What Life…
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Will your retirement money last as long as you do?

 Finances If you worry that your money won’t last your entire retirement, you’re not alone. As of 2017, the average 65‑year‑old man can expect to live to about age 84, age 86 for women, and age 90 for at least one member of a married couple. That’s great news because it means that many retirees will have…
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How to get the best “deal” in final expense insurance.

Our work is not very complicated, but we have state of the art systems that enable us to search and compare dozens of carriers in a few minutes. We have great experience with the state approved final expense insurance plans. They are designed for seniors. Due to it’s fixed premiums and fixed coverage that never expires, they…
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Check out expert advice before getting final expense insurance

Field underwriters are not geniuses, but they are state licensed, and have systems that allow them to ask a few health questions and present your best final expense options.
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