Category: Funeral Insurance

we'll explain the four types of funeral expense premiums

The Four Types of Funeral Insurance Premiums

Funerals are not cheap – oftentimes they average $9,000. This is an inevitable part of life and an expense that must be paid upfront. There’s not much time between when a loved one dies and when their funeral takes place. Luckily, final expense insurance provides that financial safety net so funeral costs are not as

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Life insurance waiting periods help eliminate fraud

Why Is There a Waiting Period for Funeral Insurance?

Funeral insurance policies have a waiting period, which means that to get the full benefit amount, a designated amount of time must pass. That amount of time varies, so it’s best to check with your insurance provider and ask about those details before enrolling. The Importance of Waiting Periods Waiting periods help eliminate fraud and ensure

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it's possible to cancel a funeral insurance policy

Can You Cancel a Funeral Insurance Policy?

Yes, it’s possible to “cancel” a funeral insurance policy. However, this is not recommended and can have large financial impacts. Enrolling in a funeral insurance policy is an important decision and one that should not be taken lightly. This is partly because “canceling” a funeral insurance policy will mean that you’ll lose all of the money you’ve

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Funeral Options

Funeral Options During the COVID-19 Pandemic

It’s no shocker that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected many areas of life and business, including the funeral industry. When a loved one dies, many families have an in-person viewing of the body because it helps the mourning friends (and family) recognize their loss and see the special person and bid farewell. However, in these

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final expense insurance can help you cover funeral costs

Your Options When Paying for a Funeral

In the U.S., the average funeral can cost around $7,000 up to $20,000. These are general estimates, but getting a ballpark number will help you start the planning process. While thinking about your funeral can create uneasy feelings, it never hurts to be prepared. You also don’t want to leave the responsibility to your loved

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A hearse is a vehicle arranged for transporting the deceased

Common Funeral Terms Defined

A funeral is a ceremony that honors, remembers, and celebrates the life of someone who has passed away. At Final Expense Direct, we strive to be a resource for our clients as they search for the best insurance policy. We’ve defined the most common terms that you may come across when you shop for final

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there are many ways to save on funeral costs

Ways to Save Money on Funeral Costs

You may know that the average cost of a funeral is between $7,000 – $10,000. Even basic funeral expenses can be hard to afford, and there are often add-ons.  However, it’s common for families to overspend when they make final arrangements for a loved one. In today’s post, the team at Final Expense Direct explains

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Contact us about funeral insurance in Texas

Average Cost of Funeral Insurance & Final Arrangements in Texas

Texas burial insurance, also known as final expense or funeral insurance, is a kind of whole life policy that protects your loved ones from common end-of-life expenses. These can include funeral costs, medical bills, and anything else that the deceased leaves behind.  But this insurance policy in Texas can also assist family members with car

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A funeral insurance policy can protect your family

8 Reasons to Buy Final Expense Insurance

A final expense (aka burial or funeral) insurance policy is meant to protect your family if you were to pass away unexpectedly. The last thing you want to do is dump burdens on them such as debt, bills, or personal loans — on top of their grief. Today, Final Expense Direct shares 8 reasons why

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