How Much Does A Funeral Cost

How Much Does A Funeral Cost

Have you thought, how much does a funeral cost? Its not the first life event we want to think about but with the pre planning of a funeral you get the peace of mind of avoiding any kind of financial burden for you or your loved ones. Find out all you need to know with Your Local Funeral Plan.

The Cost Of Passing Away

Every year a report is published to show the average costs when planning a funeral. On average funeral costs will rise by three times over ten years. This climb is greater than inflation and can be a surprise. With this in mind “Sunlife” the company that runs the report, estimate that within 15 years the average cost of a funeral will be around £12,000.

Funeral Debt

On average most families and loved ones are unaware that the cost of funerals can be so high. The high cost can result in funeral debt. According to Royal London’s National Funeral Cost Index 2019, funeral poverty, has risen to £147 million. With this stunning rise across the country, what can you do to make sure funeral debt is not an issue for you and your family?

Pre-Paid Funeral Plans

Pre-paid funeral plans are an ideal way to ensure that the costs of a funeral are taken care of in advance and no one need worry or get themselves into debt. With a number of options to best suit you and your budget. Flexible payment options are available over a period of years, once the final payment is made, the plan will be ready to go.

Your Local Funeral Plan South Wales

Your Local Funeral Plan specialise in providing funeral plans in South Wales that secure the services of a reputable local Funeral Director. We provide a respectful service for all our customers, contact us and we will be able to discuss your requirements and answer any questions you may have.


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