What is burial insurance?
Burial insurance is a final expense life insurance policy your family can use to pay funeral expenses or other bills when you pass away.
How does burial insurance work?
Similar to life insurance, you pay regular premiums for a set amount of coverage, which will be paid to your beneficiary when you die. The funeral insurance payout can be used to pay funeral costs, medical fees, or other unpaid bills.
How much burial insurance do I need?
Plans are available with coverage from $1,000 up to $40,000. Once you secure your rate, it never increases. With average funeral costs nearing (and often exceeding) $10,000 – it pays to plan.
Give Your Family Peace of Mind
Cover your funeral and other final expense costs with an affordable final expense insurance plan.
Plans begin at $23/month*
* Example policy is for female age 45, $10K policy which is $254 annually and $22.61 for a monthly premium. This policy is a United of Omaha : Living _Promise _WL and is a non-participating whole life insurance to age 100, policy form ICC12L080P, underwritten by United of Omaha Life Insurance Company, Omaha, NE 68175. The premium is guaranteed to age 100. Minimum issue amount is $2000, maximum issue amount is $40,000 for the level benefit policy and $20,000 for the graded benefit policy. Premiums include a $36 annual policy fee. For the graded benefit policy, if the insured dies due to natural causes in the first or second policy year, the death benefit will be 110% of the premiums paid. In the third policy year or later, the full death benefit will be paid for death due to all causes Forms and plan provisions may vary by state. Plan not available in all states. Suicide and other limits may apply. Rates effective as of 3/1/2017. SelectQuote Insurance Services, SelectQuote Insurance Agency. © 2020 SelectQuote Insurance Services. All rights reserved.