Why Choose a Funeral Plan?
Peace of MindChoosing a Funeral Plan is one of the most effective and affordable methods by which to protect your family and loved ones against the burden of rising funeral costs, and to spare them the distress of having to make difficult decisions as to what your particular preferences for your funeral might be.
Personal ChoiceOur plan providers provide a comprehensive range of options to suit all tastes and budgets. Each can be tailored to suit particular preferences…from the big things – like whether you want to be cremated or buried – to the smaller things, like your choice of music and flowers. All can be personalised; meaning they can be adapted to include any specific features or elements particular to you, but which perhaps aren’t included as standard (additional costs may apply).
SecurityAs one of the UK’s leading specialists in funeral plans, it is of paramount importance to us here at Secure Funeral Solutions that our customers’ investments are safe and secure. In order to ensure your money is safe we only offer plans from companies that abide by the Financial Conduct Authorities strict rules regulation funeral plan funds. Please see our Trust Fund page in this brochure for further information.
Quality of ServiceAs you’d expect from one of the UK’s leading funeral plan specialists, we take customer service very seriously indeed. We invest heavily in the training and development of our Funeral Plan Consultants, ensuring that every member of the team conducts themselves with the appropriate level of tact, empathy and sensitivity. No member of our staff are allowed to offer any advice until they have passed our stringent training and examination course.
AffordabilityIf you don’t wish to pay for your plan in full straight away, we also offer a range of monthly payment terms covering 12, 24, 36, 60, or 120 months.
FlexibilityMany plan providers offer an ‘Either/Or’ option – allowing a single plan to be ‘shared’ between 2 people, meaning the benefit of the plan can be utilised at either the first death, or at the second.