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We can all be hit by the proverbial bus. Pre-planning your funeral -- or just making your wishes known -- will save a tremendous amount of money. It will also make things a lot easier for our loved ones at a difficult time.

Please note that the key words are "pre-planning", not "pre-paying."  If you have already paid for a funeral, fine. If not, it is preferable to plan for it but not pay until the time comes. Planning instead of paying makes sure you do not lose money if you move, change your desires or the funeral home goes out of business.

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