Protecting Families And Loved Ones Since 2010
We Have been looking after Families and Loved One’s Finances with Pension Reviews through our sister company for Years when we found the perfect funeral plans to offer our clients First Choice Funeral Plans was Opened. We have been approached by many but there is only one provider id bee 100% happy to sell to our customers and our family. So we really have brought you the Best of The Best on the market
Freeze The Cost Of Your Funeral At TODAYS Price
With funeral costs rising from 10% in some parts of the country to over 18% in others A funeral plan is a Safe way to lock in the price and avoid those costs, this will protect you and your family
WHY CHOOSE US
Specialist funeral plan provider
Funeral plans for less than £1 per day
No complicated forms to complete
Guaranteed acceptance, no medicals or health checks
Relieve your family of stress when the time comes
Protection from rising costs
Flexible payment options
Average Customer Satisfaction
The Right Choice
How to choose the best Funeral Plan
Comparing funeral plans could save you hundreds of pounds, but more important than price is choosing the right plan. Most funeral plans only provide a contribution towards your essential 3rd party costs; we show you how to avoid these pitfalls. Plus why you should only choose plan providers that are regulated by the Funeral Planning Authority.
Funeral costs have risen over *9% a year for the last 30 years, outstripping the rate of inflation. The average cost of a funeral was £1,920 in 2004, prices are predicted to exceed £6,490 by 2025; which is why freezing your costs at today’s prices with a prepaid funeral plan is a good idea.
Cheap funeral plans may save you money today, but your family could be faced with a bill when the time comes, so it’s important to understand the differences. Having reviewed the market to see how leading funeral plans compare, To help you choose the right plan for you fill in the form below and get started TODAY
How does a funeral plan work?
At its simplest, a funeral plan allows you to pay up-front for your funeral so your relatives don’t have to cover the costs themselves.A funeral plan is one way of ensuring your family doesn’t have to pay out thousands of pounds after you’re gone.
One of the key benefits of funeral plans is that they are guaranteed to cover the costs of the agreed funeral arrangements, regardless of any future rise in price. Covering the cost of a funeral before you die also allows you to choose certain elements, like flowers, music, and a coffin.
Why Choose a Pre-Paid Funeral Plan
A funeral plan is an easy way to plan ahead. You simply choose the funeral plan you want and pre-pay for the cost of your funeral director’s services, at today’s prices. A funeral plan can save your family worry and expense, and help make things easier at a difficult time.
We offer four great plans so you can choose the one that suits your needs. Each plan includes the funeral director’s own services for either a cremation or burial and these costs are guaranteed to be covered.
Many people choose to take out a ‘pre-paid’ or ‘pre-payment’ funeral plan so they can help their family and friends at a difficult time by making their own preferences known. This can also alleviate any worries the family might have about paying for the funeral.
Another advantage of taking out a plan is that you will be paying for your funeral at today’s prices.
Many people find the idea of ‘shopping around’ for a funeral plan much easier than it will be for a bereaved family to compare prices and services of different funeral directors in the very early days after the death.
Reassurance for your family
Help to reduce the stress on your loved ones at an already very difficult time by having plans in place and reducing the financial burden on them.
THE RISING COST OF DYING
In the past decade, the cost to give your loved ones the send-off they deserve has more than doubled. Funerals are one of the fastest rising costs in the UK, much higher than inflation and nearly 10 times faster than the cost of living. Budgeting for a funeral by traditional means may no longer be sufficient to cover the cost. The Sunlife Cost of Dying Report 2016 (figures are shown above) predicts that in 2021 the average basic funeral cost will rise to around £5,400 so it’s important for families to consider this for the future.
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