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As Ben Franklin famously wrote in a 1789 letter, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”
Funeral With Burial:
• Metal Casket: $2,395
• Basic Services Fee: $2,000
• Vault: $1,327
• Embalming: $695
• Facilities/Staff for Ceremony: $495
• Facilities/Staff for Viewing: $420
• Hearse: $318
• Removal or Transfer of Remains: $310 • Miscellaneous Preparation: $250
• Printing for Memorial: $155
• Service Vehicle(s): $143
Funeral With Cremation:
In 2015, the NFDA projected that cremations would eventually become more common than traditional burials. Some families opt to hold memorial services and viewing prior to cremation. Other families, however, choose to hold their remembrances after cremation, letting the urn symbolize their loved one. In 2014, the median price of funerals with cremations was $6,078. As with the above estimate of services with burial, this number does not include cash advance fees or cemetery monument or marker costs.
• Basic Services Fee: $2,000
• Cremation Casket: $1,000
• Embalming: $695
• Facilities/Staff for Ceremony: $495
• Facilities/Staff for Viewing: $420
• Third-Party Cremation Fee: $330
• Removal or Transfer of Remains: $310 • Urn: $280
• Miscellaneous Preparation: $250
• Printing for Memorial: $155
• Service Vehicle(s): $143
These costs can quickly add up and create an unexpected financial burden for those left behind.

One life insurance company projects the average cost of funerals will rise to $18,276 by 2030. Facing these expenses, some families may choose to take on debt in the form of loans or money borrowed from friends. They may opt to look into low-cost burial options

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