Final expense insurance is a policy to cover expenses associated with the death of the insured. It helps with the financial burden placed on families by covering the costs of funeral services (burial or cremation), medical, immediate household expenses, etc.

These small, Permanent Whole Life insurance plans typically range from $5,000 to $50,000 of coverage.

A senior life insurance policy is used to cover the cost of your funeral or cremation expenses when you die.
A funeral can cost thousands of dollars.

Having a senior life insurance policy helps ease the financial burden placed on

Final Expense Insurance benefit can provide invaluable peace of mind to your loved ones when they’re making final arrangements and don’t have to tap into their own wallets to pay for your funeral.

How to get a Final Expense Life Insurance Policy?

Getting a burial insurance policy is quick and easy. You can get coverage almost immediately if you qualify.

You DON’T need a medical or physical exam to qualify.

A Licensed agent will help you answer some basic questions about your health and shop for the best rates and policy coverage for you.

The Insurance company will get the health information and validate on their end.

The process takes less than 20 minutes, and you might get an instant decision from the insurance company immediately. On the call, you should expect to provide your Social Security Number, driver’s license number, and payment information.

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