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Attention: The National Funeral Directors Association recently announced that the average cost of a funeral in the U.S. is now close to $8000. If you are concerned about how to pay for a funeral, keep reading.

 

“When my husband died of cancer, I was completely unprepared for the enormous cost of the funeral. I didn’t have the money and it made me feel like a failure. Thankfully I found out there are ways to substantially lessen costs, and even have them entirely paid, without sacrificing a meaningful service...”

 

 

Dear Friend,

 

You may have recently lost a loved one – or are preparing for a loss – and now consider the difficult task of planning a funeral. At this time in your life when you can be your most vulnerable, spending too much money or going into debt is like adding insult to injury. Unfortunately, funerals are big business and the emotional fragility of those seeking funeral services creates the perfect “sitting duck” scenario for those who only see dollar signs when a death certificate is issued.

 

 

I write from experience.

 

 

Hi, I'm Susan Noland and this is my website. I lost my husband after a long fight with cancer, and with tears still in my eyes, I was reluctantly thrust into the world of embalming, coffins, plots and headstones – all with hefty price tags. It’s a world most of us avoid until we absolutely have no choice but to enter it. And many funeral directors know this. I'm grateful that I found a way to give my husband the funeral he deserved with hardly any financial strain. But it wasn't as if that information just fell into my lap.

 

This resource was created because I saw a clear need for those of us who simply do not have an extra $10,000 to spend for a funeral, or even a extra $1000 for that matter. With my help, you won’t have to mourn a second time – for the loss of your bank account. I've compiled all the information, tips and tricks to keep you financially stable while tastefully honoring the passing of your loved one. You don’t need to go bankrupt or toss your frugality aside because someone has died. A meaningful funeral, burial or cremation could cost you just a few hundred dollars if you know some powerful tips and "insider information."

 

In many cases you may pay nothing.

 

 

“...in the end, the only expense I paid was for drinks and part of the food at the wake. That's it. ”

 

 

The quote above is mine, and yes, that's what I ended up paying for my husband's funeral because I found a government program that footed the bill. What is sad, though, is that later on I ran into other people who had lost loved ones who could have qualified for the same program -- but they had no idea it even existed!

 

I also started to learn that most people have no idea of all the inexpensive options there are for funerals, burials and cremations. Some unfortunate families charge up their credit cards or take out "funeral loans" just because they didn't know the numerous ways they could have saved money. I started to advise friends and even strangers I ran into. People started calling for my guidance and resources, and it just grew to a point where researching ways to save money on funerals became a passion. I want everyone to know that there are dozens of programs available if you know where to look.

 

 

I'll give you some details:

 

funeral planMichigan has a program that will pay a substantial amount toward a funeral and it only takes a few days to qualify.

If the deceased died from a violent crime, you could be eligible for $7000 toward a funeral from the Federal government.

There is even a national program that will cover all funeral costs for the death of a minor.

If you qualify, there is another government program that will pay for a gravesite, transportation, opening and closing of the grave, perpetual care, a headstone and more. All you have to do is see if you qualify and apply. An estimated 40 million Americans meet the qualifications for this free funeral program.

 

 

There are many more sources like these with funds available, and I want to show you how to find them. But in the case you don’t qualify for a free funeral, you can still cut your costs by 90%.

 

 

 

Finding funeral assistance programs is just half of my passion. The other is finding ways to cut your funeral costs by 90 percent. How is that possible? Just by knowing what your choices are -- and there are tons!

 

 

 

Here's just a few short tips :

 

    funeral planningTry to avoid using a funeral home or funeral director in the first place. (Yes, you can be your own funeral director in most states.)

    cost of funeralNever buy your casket from a funeral home. It’s usually marked up 900%. There are much better alternatives that can decrease the cost to under $200 or even cheaper.

    Funeral homes may try and charge you for a “viewing” – you can have a viewing for free just by changing how you ask for one.

 

 

The fact is, you have enough stress planning a funeral. That last thing you need is to add debt to your life. Unfortunately, no one is going to tell you where to look to save money. Most of the funeral planning information easily available to you is from funeral homes with profit in mind and that's it.

 

That's why I wrote this step-by-step, easy-to-read, comprehensive ebook on having a super low cost funeral:

 

 

 

"How To Plan A Dirt Cheap Funeral -- or even have one FOR FREE!"

 

This is an instantly downloadable ebook, so you can get all this important information in less than 2 minutes!

This book accomplishes what no other funeral book does—it looks at every single way you can cut your costs.

 

“There are no other how-to funeral books that cover as many ways to save money. Well done.” 

-Adriana Chimnley, Consumer Advocate

 

 

Whatever you do, don’t go into debt because you didn’t have the right information! Let me walk you through every possible way to save money. I know this is a rough time for anyone. We all go through it. It used to be that funerals didn’t cost this much. Families and the local church handled everything -- for free. But now it’s a billion-dollar per year profit-driven industry. And we’ve been conditioned to call the first funeral home in the phone book and let them jerk us around while draining our bank accounts.

 

 

"When my grandmother was dying no one in the family had a clue how to handle the funeral let alone how to pay for it. Grandma had no money of her own and I had been out of work for the last year struggling with my own credit card bills, and no one else in the family was stepping up to the plate. Because of the information in your book, we were able to have an amazing ceremony and even a full burial for Grandma – all but $100 paid for. Thank you for passing this information on." –Kate H. Plano, Texas

 

 

This critical information is already helping people across the United States.

 

Let me show you a few chapter titles in this 148-page ebook

 

First Things: Immediate Decisions You Need To Make & How To Make Them

The Funeral Industry: What You Should Know Before Hiring A Funeral Director

Transporting The Body: How To Do It Yourself Or Do It For Less

Free Funerals, Funeral Assistance Programs & Special Circumstances That Can Save You Money

How To Have The Cheapest Cremation - A Step-by-Step Guide

How To Have The Cheapest Burial - A Step-by-Step Guide

Funeral Ceremonies: Your Low-Cost Options

 

 

There are actually a total of 15 information-packed chapters that walk you through the entire funeral process, from the moment someone dies, important paperwork you need to file, every detail about final disposition, inexpensive obituary options and announcements, and even where to find cheap flowers and half-price bakery goods for a wake. I also put together a chapter just devoted to funeral resource information, from where you can find caskets for $125 to places to shop for $20 urns.

 

That reminds me, did you know that crematoriums usually charge around $200 for a funeral urn? What you may not know is that you are not obligated to buy an urn from them. Any lovely vase or container will do, as long as it is a certain size. My book is bursting with tips like these. Here’s another:

 

 

If you have decided on cremation (a very inexpensive option), there are programs that will pay for the entire cremation (saving you $600), transportation (another $300) and will even deliver the cremated remains to you. All the details are in the book.

 

 

There are complete details on the funeral laws in each U.S. state, so you know what ALL your options are…like having a home funeral and burial.

 

 

“When my daughter suddenly died, money was an issue but it was more than that. I didn’t want anyone else handling her body but us, especially some cold, impersonal strangers at a funeral home. When I found out that legally I could care for her body just like a funeral home does, it made her funeral so special to us. We had a viewing in our home and buried her on my father’s ranch. I never thought it was possible to do this, let alone legal.” –G. Lutz

 

 

So what's the bottom line?

How much does this important money-saving ebook cost?

 

 

We have priced this book at $49.97 at other websites, like Amazon.com, but since you’re buying directly from the author, we are selling it for a limited time at only $19.95!


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But wait, here's another bonus:

 

I know all too well how hard it is to go through the process of planning a funeral without any support. So I want to offer my personal support to you if you need it. Only customers who buy directly from me will receive my free personal support. Not sure about what to do or want some input? Just ask. I’ll be there for you during every step of the way.

 

 

 

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