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Take the Weight off Loved Ones with a Co-operative Funeral Plan

It might seem morbid to think about what will happen after you die, but have you ever considered how your loved ones would pay for your funeral? The shock and emotion surrounding the death of a friend or family member is hard enough, without the added financial worries of paying for a funeral service. That’s why it’s a good idea to take out a funeral plan, which will cover all the services you’ll need. The Co-operative funeral plans offer you a range of customisable options to suit your requirements and preferences, so if you’re considering taking out a Co-operative funeral plan, take a few moments to read our handy guide, to see if it’s the right choice for you.

The Service Offered

With the Co-operative Funeralcare, you can choose from set funeral plans or tailor made plans, which offer you a bit more flexibility. With set plans you can choose from burial or cremation, and all the services you need will be included. The Co-operative funeral plans allow you to choose from Bronze, Silver or Gold set funeral plans and there are a number of different ways to pay for your plan.

Why Choose a Funeral Plan?

Funeral plans protect your loved ones from the financial and emotional worries of arranging your funeral – your funeral plan fixes funeral costs at today’s price, so there will be no extras to pay in the event of your death. You can pay for your funeral plan in a number of ways, either in full or by spreading the cost over 12, 24, 36 or 60 months – although you may pay interest if you choose to pay by instalments. Your funeral plan can also be personalised, so you can choose wishes personal to you which will be passed to the Funeral Director, such as your favourite flowers or music.

What to Look out for

When choosing the right funeral plan for your needs, you should always check the small print, to make sure you know exactly what is included. For example, with the Co-operative funeral plan, the set burial plans don’t include the cost of a grave, and this will need to be arranged and paid for separately. Other things to think about are whether you would prefer burial or cremation, as this will affect the type of plan you choose and the monthly cost.

The Co-operative offer a full money-back guarantee if you cancel your plan within 30 days, and you’ll receive a refund of any monthly payments you have already made, so there’s plenty of time to make sure your plan is right for your needs.

With almost 1,200 funeral homes across the UK, the Co-operative Funeralcare have over 70 years of experience, and Funeral Directors are available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year, so there will always be someone on hand to help.

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