Here’s 5 Things You May Not Know About Cremation Insurance

Written by Ross Quade

Planning for your final days isn’t probably one of your favorite activities.

In fact. if you’re like most people, you would rather avoid the whole thing completely if you can. After all, who really wants to think of their final expenses? A walk in the park sounds far more pleasant than thinking about cremation options.

However, while this topic may be unpleasant, it’s something worth considering. If there is one thing in life that is certain, it’s that none of us are going to be here forever.

Whether you have just started the process of planning your final expense costs or you’re getting ready to finalize your plans, here are a few things that you will want to know about cremation insurance beforehand.

1.) Less expensive than full funeral services

Did you know that cremations are far less expensive than full funeral services? With the average funeral service in the United States costing well over $1500, cremation insurance provides an affordable alternative to final expense planning.

2.) Coverage that fits your budget

Unlike other types of insurance policies, cremation insurance is highly flexible. Meaning, finding coverage for just about every budget is possible. After all, there’s no reason why you should pay for more coverage than you need.

3.) Maintains personal privacy

Many people are surprised to learn that by opting to invest in a cremation insurance policy they are able to maintain greater personal privacy. By covering the majority if not all of your final expenses, a cremation policy can prevent unwanted breaches of personal privacy after death.

4.) Cover outstanding bills and debts

In addition to providing coverage for final expenses, cremation insurance can also be used to cover outstanding bills and debts. Depending upon the type of policy purchased, cremation insurance can be effective for relieving loved ones of remaining financial burdens.

5.) Gift for remaining loved ones

Although cremation insurance on the surface may seem far from a gift, in actuality, it can be one of the biggest blessings you can give to loved ones. Relieving family members and friends from inheriting lofty expenses from your passing, cremation insurance gives you peace of mind in knowing that the ones you love most are taken care of.

Planning ahead is one of the wisest things you can do when it comes to prepping for your final days.

While we may never know when our last day may come, we can prevent loved ones from bearing the burdens of our passing, at least the financial ones anyway.

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Ross Quade has been a licensed insurance agent since 2008. State of Texas license #1702965. He has a Bachelor Degree in Psychology from University of Minnesota and minored in Applied Economics. He has been quoted in several online publications including Huffington Post, Young Startups and various financial blogs. Ross frequently writes about issues related to the insurance and finance industry.
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