According to the Funeral Planning Authority (FPA), over 2.2million funeral plans have been purchased in the UK since 2002.
The pandemic has left us with some interesting ideas for the funerals of the future.
A poll has highlighted the two main reasons seniors would choose to put plans in place for their own funeral service.
Charities and support groups in the UK.
Our recent poll has found that more than a third of those interviewed believe that funeral plans offer good value for money.
Our recent poll has highlighted that 34% of over 50s rarely or never use social media.
The results of our 2020 survey reveal that the majority of over 50s would choose to research funeral plans online before buying, but less keen to complete their purchase online.
Our recent survey has revealed some of the main impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on UK-based over 50s.
Research reveals that wisdom, becoming more carefree and having grandchildren are considered some of the best aspects of ageing.
Research shows that cremation is still the most popular funeral choice in the UK, followed by burial and donating for medical research.
Our recent poll has revealed the post-pandemic hopes and worries of the over 50s.
Research has found that seniors would choose to give advice relating to personal confidence and the importance of individuality to themselves at age 18, if anything were possible.