Here Are the Top 10 Reasons to Plan Ahead!
- Lets your family know exactly the way you want to be remembered
- Allows your family to grieve without having to deal with planning this difficult day
- Eliminates disagreements or indecision among your family members about what to do
- Allows your family not to second-guess whether you wanted burial or cremation
- Removes any additional or unexpected financial burden on your family
- Instills confidence knowing you will be in the care of a funeral director you trust
- Ensures that your funds are completely secure and are transferable in case you relocate
- Becomes part of your normal estate or personal planning
- Pre-payment also protects you and your family from inflation, and the growth is non-taxable
- Offers you peace of mind that your last and final event is everything YOU want it to be!
Why Planning Ahead is So Important!
There can be as many as 75 decisions to be made within the first 24 to 48 hours after a death has occurred. It’s difficult to think rationally while making so many decisions within days of losing someone you love.
That's why pre-planning is so important. It gives you and your family peace of mind because everything is already planned and there are no last-minute decisions to make. Plus, it’s easy do it, and if in the future you'd like to make some changes to your arrangements, you can do that at any time.
Death is certain, but the date of your death isn't. That's why planning ahead ensures that your loved ones are prepared when the unexpected does happen. It also enables them to focus on supporting each other instead of worrying about the details of the event.
We Understand Your needs
At Wagg Funeral Home, we truly understand that death is something you'd rather not think about, much less talk about. Yet would you really want to leave the burden of your arrangements to your spouse, to your children, or to another family member?
You were there to plan all of your happy occasions...your wedding, the birth of your children, and all the other important milestones in your life. Why not take the time now to plan for your final and certain event?
You can be assured we will help make the process as easy as possible, explaining all of your options and helping you clarify exactly what you want so you are confident of your decisions. Once you've made all of your arrangements, you'll feel relieved knowing it's all taken care of...just the way you want it!
Don't wait until it's too late. Simply call us 905-985-2171 and ask to speak to one of our Preplanning Counselors. There's no charge or obligation on your part.
Plan Now for Your Final and Certain Event
When it comes to your final arrangements, shouldn't you make the decisions? The arrangements you make will reflect your exact wishes and desires. It will also alleviate any questions, problems or differences, which can occur among family members. And it will protect you from the rising costs of funerals, and alleviate the financial burden on your loved ones.
We can coordinate a payment plan that suits your needs, from a single payment plan to monthly bank account withdrawals. Pre-payment protects you and your family from inflation, and the growth is non-taxable. Depending on your location, if your funeral costs less than the amount you have put aside, those funds will be refunded back to your beneficiaries.
Each year thousands of people like you have decided to pre-plan and pre-pay their funeral because the plans are designed to be flexible and can accommodate the many changes that often occur in your life.
Stop by our location and a preplanning counselor will listen to your needs and help you select options to fit your budget. Or you can fill out our preplanning form on our website. It will give you an idea of all of the information you need. We'll contact you to set up a time to review your options and complete your arrangements if you choose to move forward with it.
To start your Pre-Arrangements, click here to fill out our Pre-Arrange Online form.
After we receive it, we'll call you to discuss your particular needs.