Gregory Karp | Spending Smart
November 18, 2011
Laying loved ones, or oneself, to rest doesn’t require breaking the bank
Funerals are among the most expensive purchases consumers make. A traditional funeral can easily cost more than $6,500, not counting cemetery costs, which could add $2,000. For most purchases, that’s a price point that warrants extensive research and comparison shopping. But for funerals, that rarely happens.
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