Everybody wants to go to heaven but nobody wants to die. Death is the only thing in a person’s life that’s sure to come, today if not then tomorrow. The only thing we have in our hands today is the way in which our relatives let us pass to the next world. Yes, today if you want, you can make arrangements so that after 30 or 40 years when you pass away you are given a grand funeral which can put the mummies of Egypt to shame. Thanks to burial insurance.
A burial insurance is one which pays the bearer the principal at his funeral service in the form of incurring costs for the funeral.
Burial insurance policies begin with your life and end with demise. Burial insurance covers all your funeral expenses like the cemetery plot, casket, headstone, and cost of funeral service to expenses incurred due to viewing or visitation. Also additional costs like legal fees, doctor’s bill and pay off debts may also be covered under burial insurance depending upon the type of scheme one takes.
The worse thing about death is you never know when it comes, so to be prepared can be considered wise. But how can an average man think of having a grand funeral when he had to make his ends meet throughout his life. Burial insurance is the only companion of yours accompanying you even after your death. You can have a gold plated coffin or also have it sealed in a vault depending upon your desire. You might be thinking “Is It Really Possible?” The answer is “Yes” only if you had a burial insurance. Burial insurance can start for as low as $2 per week.
So anyone can afford it. Your burial insurance can give you a funeral expenditure of $5000 to $30,000 depending on the scheme you take giving you the entire budget needed to tailor that goodbye of yours or give that grand pharaoh like funeral to your loved ones.
Why to think more; just like you leave behind your loved ones, to take care of themselves with your life insurance why not go with a bang in a grand way? The only thing you will need to fulfill all those wishes without being a pain for your near and dear ones is a “Burial Insurance”.