What to look in for service provider of pre-paid funeral plans?
January 27, 2020
The market for providing prepaid funeral plans has increased significantly over the last 10 years. More and more people are beginning to realise that planning the funeral in advance is a practical way to reduce the cost of the funeral and also remove the burden from the family member to carry out the funeral -related activities. The predicted average cost of a funeral is expected to rise to £8,726 as compared to the average cost of funeral of £3,897 in 2016 (Source: Sun Life Cost of Dying Report 2015). This implies that there is a tremendous potential in the market for funeral planning and this has opened up the opportunity for many service providers to offer prepaid funeral plans. While it is easy to convince the purchaser that a prepaid funeral plan can save the financial expenses for the family member, it becomes more difficult to convince the purchaser to select a prepaid funeral plan from a service provider meets all the requirements of the purchaser in a reasonable budget. Therefore, it becomes important to carry out the market research and understand the different type of service offerings with respect to a prepaid funeral plan.
At My Funeral Plan Supermarket, we work with a range of prepaid funeral plan providers to offer you as a customer the best service and plans available. Our main objective is to provide an independent research regarding the prepaid funeral plans so that you can make a decision on your own without having to take the pain of visiting the portals of each and every funeral service provider in the market. We recommend selecting a funeral service provider who is also open to your special requirements such as religious rituals at reasonable rates. Moreover, we also avoid funeral service providers who are driven by high pressure sales tactics, unreasonable Terms and Conditions or other unethical practices.