London (PRWEB UK) 20 February 2014
With a view to helping Over 50s wade through the barrage of marketing blurb often associated with financial products and services, funeral planning experts Over50choices has released a no holds barred funeral plans review of the UKs leading providers.
The plain talking easy to read reviews focus on company background and credibility, content of the funeral plans provided, cost, payment options and most importantly reasons to buy, giving readers the ability to compare and choose the best funeral plan based on their needs and budget.
For the increasing number of people who recognise the benefits of putting plans in place in advance, prepaid funeral plans offer a way of arranging a funeral and paying for services at today’s prices; therefore avoiding the impact of inflation. Taking into account the 80% increase in the average cost of a funeral over the last 9 years, that could be quite a saving.
Although a typical plan will usually guarantee to cover the funeral director’s costs, funeral plans do vary depending on the provider which is where this independent funeral plans review proves itself invaluable.
Reporting on Golden Charter, Golden Leaves, The Co-operative Funeralcare, Dignity and Liberty Funeral Plans from Funeral Planning Services, the review picks out the cheapest funeral plans, most comprehensive options, ways to make plans more affordable and any offers currently available.
With ongoing industry price increases, customers could save as much as £500 by comparing funeral plans and shopping around, so any assistance in making this process easier and more accessible should be welcomed with open arms.
Speaking of the reviews, Over50choices MD Ashley Shepherd said, “Prepaid funeral plans are understandably increasing in popularity so we wanted to make the process of researching and buying a plan much easier. The funeral plans review identifies the more expensive plans on offer but also highlights any additional services you get for the inflated price so you can establish what’s important to you. It’s all about accessibility and making things more transparent so visitors to our site feel they have made a more informed choice when it comes to buying a funeral plan.”