Planning a Funeral
There are more than 80 tasks to be done when you are planning a funeral. By completing your
Checklist, you will have relieved and minimized the burdens left to your loved
ones. When faced with multiple emotional and financial decisions, which must be made quickly and during a
time of intense grief and stress, your
Funeral Planning Checklist will assist your loved
ones in being well prepared and well informed.
Purchasing a funeral should be handled the same way you would purchase any other "big ticket"
item. The cost of a funeral is one of the largest purchases you and/or your loved ones will
make. However, when a death occurs, there is little time available to research your
options. Multiple emotional and financial decisions must be made immediately under great
emotional stress. Planning a funeral, especially if this is the first time you have been
required to do so, is a very intimidating process. When we purchase any other "big ticket" items in our
lives, we educate ourselves by doing research to make sure we are getting the best value for our
money. When we don't do our research ahead of time and make an instant, emotional decision, we usually
end up regretting it in the end. How many times have you made an "emotional purchase", only to find
out later, it was less expensive somewhere else, the item did not meet your expectations or you didn't
really need the item? When purchasing a funeral, emotions should not factor in to the financial
decisions. However, if you are unprepared, you will pay too much and purchase items that are not
Below is a product I would advise anyone to use when you are planning a funeral. It takes you from point A to
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