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Funeral plans are one way to cover the cost of a funeral - learn more about them and how they work before buying one
Paying for a funeral is an expensive undertaking. We'll outline your options for how to pay for a funeral including finding financial help to pay for a funeral
How to arrange a funeral yourself, without using a funeral director
The average cost of a funeral in the UK is £4,078. Use our guide to find out what to do after someone dies and help covering costs if you're on a low income.
How to save money by arranging a funeral yourself, without using a funeral director.
Learn how to deal with money after a death, from paying for the funeral to looking after the paperwork and household bills.
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