Term Life Insurance Q&A
- Why should I choose BeyondQuotes?
- Which companies do we represent?
- Is BeyondQuotes licensed where I live?
- Is my information confidential?
- Do you only offer rate quotes?
- How do we choose which companies to represent?
- How much Term Life Insurance do I need?
- What are "level" policies?
- What should be the term length?
- Is it worth insuring my spouse on my policy?
- Can you explain the difference between Term and Whole Life plans?
- I suffer form a pre-existing condition. Can I still be insured?
Applying for a Policy
- How do I apply for Term Life Insurance?
- How do I find the best value plan for my needs?
- What is the waiting period between applying and coverage?
Choosing the Best Burial Insurance Policy
Have you considered buying a burial insurance policy before now? It is difficult to think about one’s final days, yet the idea of burdening your loved ones after your demise is to most people unthinkable. Pre-planning for final expenses is now common to consumers and is usually approached with the practical point of view as buying car or home insurance.
Although some insurance policies do cover these expenses, at least in part, many consumers want a dedicated policy that covers all final expenses that is designed solely for this purpose. Modern burial insurance policies do just this while offering additional flexibility in pre-planning their final expenses.
The ability to pre-plan one’s funeral not only lifts the burden from one’s loved-ones, but also allows purchasing of services at their current cost, so there won’t be any surprises when the time inevitably comes. Monies left by the policy can also contribute to settling any outstanding debts left by the departed.
So how do these burial insurance policies work? The process is simple. Fundamentally they are the same as applying for any other type of insurance policy. Coverage amounts are decided based upon the applicant’s budget and then they will opt for the services they require within that coverage. According to the state in which they are applying, the applicant may qualify to have funeral services pre-paid in their entirety.
Funeral expenses can involve any of the following: cemetery plots, transportation vehicles, plot markers, flowers, embalming, funeral caskets or ornamental urns. Money left over can cover left over bills, mortgage repayments, legal fees, or medical bills.
A good burial policy can also ensure that the departed gets exactly the funeral they wish for, without the restrictions of expense. Left over money means that any inheritance left behind remains untouched and can be used as the beneficiaries wish to spend it, not on things they have to pay for.
It’s a good idea to look into the laws in your state of residence before entering into a policy, to determine just what is required of you and how the laws pertain to burial insurance. We recommend that you validate your chosen funeral director’s license before buying a policy.
It’s undoubtedly difficult to consider ones eventual demise, particularly when you are relatively strong and healthy, but it is recommended that consumers look into covering final expenses as these can cripple a family at an already difficult time. By paying a relatively small premium and making key decisions, such as where and how you want to be laid to rest, your family will be spared the ordeal of having to make these decisions for you which will surely afford you peace of mind also.