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A whopping 95.4 per cent of us think the overwhelming cost of funerals is an unnecessary burden on loved ones, with just under a third (29 per cent) of families needing over one year to recover from the financial hardship of putting on a funeral.
This is an unfortunate situation for those who are left behind, especially if they find themselves unable to take up the financial burden. If you find yourself in this situation, you can check out our insights on what happens when a family can’t afford a funeral.
What is considered cheap?
Whether you’re starting your own end-of-life planning or you’re helping with a family member’s funeral, there are ways to keep costs low. The focus of any funeral is to honor and respect the person who died. This doesn’t need an extravagant budget.
First, don't be afraid to shop around. Depending on your location, there might be several funeral home options near you or your loved one.
By law, funeral homes must itemize their charges. It’s acceptable to call and ask for this general price list. From there, you can compare all of the costs accurately and easily.
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Opt for cremation Don’t fall for fancy caskets
Opt for cremation
In general, cremation is more affordable compared to burial. The number of cremations is growing each year, and this is one of the main reasons why.
Choosing cremation also allows the family to store the ashes in an urn, and this can be a powerful memento.
Don’t fall for fancy caskets
While an extravagant, fancy casket might look stunning, it ends up in the same place. The right funeral director is there to help you find the casket that fits your budget. This might mean choosing a simpler one. Either way, it serves the same function.
Beware of upselling in funeral homes. If the funeral director pressures you towards an expensive casket or another costly option, it’s okay to say no.