Marsden Building Society funeral plans are provided by our selected partner Dignity, one of the UK's leading providers of prepaid funeral plans.
A Prepaid Funeral Plan lets you pay for a future funeral at today’s price, protecting you against rising funeral costs and helping you to leave more behind for your loved ones. It helps protect your family from emotional and financial stress by allowing you to make your wishes known and get your affairs in order.
The Benefits of a Prepaid Funeral Plan
- It helps saves you money
By paying at today’s prices you can avoid paying future increases for services included in the plan.
- It’s a fixed price plan
You will never be asked for a penny more for the cremation services included in the plan. For a burial certain services are guaranteed and one of the largest contributions will be made towards burial costs which will rise in line with inflation.
- It guarantees
To be unaffected by changes in interest rates or inflation.
- It’s practical
All the arrangements in the plan are taken care of.
- Guaranteed to be accepted
If you’re aged 50 or over and there are no medical questions.
- It protects your loved ones
Helping to save them money and worry.
- It’s flexible
You can pay with a lump sum or spread the cost with monthly instalments.
- It’s trusted
The money you pay for your plan goes straight into a secure, independent Trust Fund.
Rising Funeral Costs
Did you know that the average cost of a funeral is £4,086^ and this is expected to reach more than £5,925^ by 2024.
How we choose our partners
We choose our partners to provide members with a wider range of products and services delivered by experts in their fields. Find out more about this here.
For more information
Pop into branch to speak to a member of our team or call 01282 440500 for more information about a Prepaid Funeral Plan.
Download our Funeral Plan brochure here for more information.
*2011 - 2017: Matter Communications independent research. ^2024: Forecast based on average annual compounded growth rate of 5.45% each year between 2011 and 2017.