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Your funeral might be decades away, but planning your burial now relieves some of the future stress of your loved ones having to hurriedly make arrangements at high costs when the time eventually does come. Planning your story by arranging your funeral now gives your loved ones the chance to treasure the memories they shared with you, rather than worrying about the burden of funeral costs and expectations. It lets you set your legacy how you want to be remembered.
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Why do people plan their own funerals?
There are many advantages to advance planning. Here are a few:
When you plan and pre-pay your funeral, you lock in costs at today's rates. Of course, you can plan your funeral arrangements without paying in advance, or you can set up an installment plan. But paying now avoids years if not decades of inflation.
Have it your way
Planning your own funeral means that the ceremony and burial will go according to your wishes. You can dictate the size of your headstone and its inscription, the location of your interment, and everything else — meaning you get to tell your life story your way.
Ease the burden on loved ones
Death of a loved one, even if it is expected due to illness or old age, is still a traumatic experience. When the times comes, your loved ones will be in a delicate emotional state. You can spare them the additional stress and grief of planning your funeral by doing it yourself in advance.
Avoid the rush
Funerals are usually last-minute affairs. By planning in advance, you can take the time to research all your options. Also, having the luxury of no-pressure planning means important details are less likely to be overlooked, and you (or your loved ones) don't make a rash decision on more expensive items than needed.
Focus on what matters most to you
At funeral ceremonies, eulogies are given that recognize the life of the deceased. If you plan your own funeral, you can ensure that those close to you will be recognized as well.
Complete your financial life plan
Your whole life you've been financially responsible. You planned for your wedding, your children's' college, your retirement. Planning your funeral is simply the last piece of the puzzle, to ensure your finances are secured and you can live the rest of your days in relaxed peace, knowing everything is taken care of.