How this Plan protects you against rising costs
You don’t need us to tell you that everything seems to go up in price every year. Unfortunately it’s just the same with funeral costs.
If, in 2004, you had put £1920 (then the average cost of a funeral*) into a deposit savings account, then you would have seen this grow to about £2,150** over the following 10 years.
However, over the same period, the average cost of a funeral has increased dramatically to £3,590*. But because this Plan pre-
A real alternative to saving for your funeral
A plan like this can offer a better financial option than putting money in a savings account to pay for future funeral costs. Since 2004, funeral costs have soared – but interest paid on savings accounts has remained very low. The amount of money, which would have paid for a funeral back then, plus the small amount of interest earned over the years, would not cover the cost of an average funeral today
Purchasing a funeral plan delivers peace of mind for you and your family when funeral planning.
Thinking about purchasing a pre-