Want a funeral plan you can trust?

Daily Express - - EXPRESS MONEY -

or many peo­ple, a funeral plan is one of the best ways to take care of funeral costs and ar­range­ments in ad­vance. But with so many dif­fer­ent plans avail­able, it can be con­fus­ing to know which one to choose. We have teamed up with Dig­nity, one of the UK's most trusted providers of pre­ar­ranged funer­als, to of­fer read­ers some of the best plans on the mar­ket today. But don't just take our word for it – this also comes from the fam­i­lies who have used Dig­nity in the last 12 months too. Nearly 98% of fam­i­lies said that Dig­nity had met or ex­ceeded their ex­pec­ta­tions and nearly 97% would rec­om­mend them to their friends and rel­a­tives^.

Dig­nity prides it­self on be­ing there to help peo­ple at one of the most dif­fi­cult times of their lives. They do this with com­pas­sion, open­ness, care and re­spect. De­faqto, an in­de­pen­dent fi­nan­cial in­for­ma­tion busi­ness has launched a new Star Rat­ing for pre­paid funeral plans. The Star Rat­ing pro­vides a sim­ple in­di­ca­tion of the qual­ity of provider and value of cover rather than just the cheap­est plan. Dig­nity's Di­a­mond Funeral Plan has re­ceived the top award of 5 Stars which means it pro­vides one of the high­est qual­ity of­fer­ings in the mar­ket. Dig­nity pro­vide some of the most com­pre­hen­sive funeral plans on the mar­ket today with no hid­den charges Your money is fi­nan­cially se­cure with Dig­nity as it goes di­rectly into the Na­tional Funeral Trust which is in­de­pen­dently man­aged and au­dited an­nu­ally Dig­nity is a se­cure and sta­ble Bri­tish com­pany with a na­tion­wide net­work of more than 1,200 owned and ap­proved funeral di­rec­tors Dig­nity of­fers sup­port for you and your loved ones ev­ery step of the way – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year Dig­nity’s plan is flex­i­ble – you can choose whether you have a cre­ma­tion or burial and you can add or up­date your special re­quests at no ex­tra cost**

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