Financial Benefits of Preplanning Your Funeral

By: Tom Gallagher
Thursday, August 11, 2022

There are a variety of funeral homes that offer prearrangement services today. This means that mourners can customize every aspect of their final farewell. You can choose to prearrange the ceremony if you have particular wishes regarding its flow. There are other benefits to preplanning, including financial ones.

Why Preplanning Your Funeral Is A Good Idea

Below is a list of financial benefits when preplanning your funeral.

1. Funeral Costs Rise Over The Years

Funeral costs rise with inflation, just like the costs of other services. However, if you prepay for your funeral, you'll only have to worry about the set price. This guarantees that your repayment rate will not increase over time, regardless of the inflation rate.

2. Avoid The Risk Of Overspending

Overspending on a funeral is commonplace because grieving families lack the mental capacity to make rational decisions. This could end up being a significant financial strain for them. However, this is not a concern if you have fully planned and paid for everything.

3. Various Convenient Payment Plans

You can usually arrange a payment plan with the funeral home so that you are not required to pay the total price all at once. The funeral director is the best person to discuss your options with and explain how long the payment plan will be.

 

Involving a professional funeral director in the prearrangement process simplifies the decision-making process. You can trust them to provide you with all the facts you need to settle on the appropriate funeral arrangements. They'll also check to ensure your chosen services don't break the bank.

If you need information about our funeral services and preplanning, please contact Sholom Chapel, and we will get back to you shortly. We always work closely with our clients to ensure they get their needed services.

Leave a comment
Name*:
Email:
Comment*:
Please enter the numbers and letters you see in the image. Note that the case of the letters entered matters.

Comments

Please wait

Previous Posts

How Can I Find Out About The Price Of Low Cost Funerals?

A common misconception about funerals is that the higher the price tag, the more cherished the deceased were by their loved ones in life. However, this isn’t the case. Low cost funerals could ...

Remembering The Departed At Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is all about celebration, and people enjoy happy times with family and friends, eating and having fun. They also remember a loved one who is no longer with them and the memories they c...

How To Write A Condolence Letter

At Sholom Chapel, we understand that there are never enough words to comfort a grieving friend or relative. Although there are numerous ways of communicating condolences, taking the time to send a ...

Do I Have To Use A Burial Vault For Burial?

Numerous grieving individuals choose to bury the ashes of their deceased loved ones. However, we at Sholom Chapel have observed that many people are unaware that they must purchase a burial vault. ...

Understanding The Stages Of Grief

At Sholom Chapel, we have seen that everyone processes sorrow at their own pace and in their own way. Some recover in a matter of months, while others require years. There is no right or wrong answ...

The Importance Of Saying Good-Bye

Few things in life are as traumatic as saying farewell to a dying loved one. Focus on offering love and comfort when confronted with this challenging situation. This attentiveness and the following...

Sending Flowers To The Bereaved

Sending flowers with a condolence card is a kind and polite way to express your sympathies to a bereaved family. Flowers provide solace; they are visually attractive, and their vibrant colors enliv...

Are All Caskets The Same Size

Several clients at Sholom Chapel believe that all caskets are the same size. That is not correct. A standard-sized one will generally suffice if you need a casket for a deceased family member....

Top Tips on Staying Safe in Public During the Pandemic

During this time, social distancing and self-isolation are the only ways to stay safe. There will be occasions, though, when you must leave your home. It could be to get some necessities or run a q...

Grief Amid The Pandemic: How To Show Love And Support Through Social Distancing

After the COVID-19 outbreak began, people's interactions with one another shifted. Each person must maintain a certain social distance while avoiding unrequired interaction, and they must remain in...