September 9, 2008
If you plan to expire, avoid these States.
I know, I know. Right now you’re thinking to yourself, What kind of ridiculous headline is that? How am I supposed to control where I’m going to die? It could happen anywhere, at any time.
Believe me, that is no way to plan your future. Every year Americans spend between $11 to $15 billion on funerals. In such a fun-scarce market, why should you want to be the top spender? After all, big lavish send-off or puny farewell, the end results are pretty much the same. And no matter how sumptuous the satin-lined coffin, the guest of honor never really gets to enjoy it.
A smart, which is to say frugal, funeral consumer understands that in order to leave a little something behind for the heirs, it helps to plan your death, right down to the most vital detail: namely, the state in which you would prefer to expire. Here’s why:
Read the full article in Obit Magazine