Good article about the cost of dying. Many people do not prepare for this and it can cost more than one thinks
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The article, “The financial cost of death and dying” by Bina Brown states,
“The death of a loved one can be hard enough to deal with without the extra worry about the cost of carrying out their wishes. Key decisions — including the executor of the will, whether to die at home or whether you are buried among the trees or cremated — all involve a financial burden and much easier made when family members are not bereaved.
Most choices to do with the end of life can be pre-planned and possibly prepaid which can go a long way to help surviving family and friends avoid an extra layer of stress at a time of grief.”
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