Pre-Planning a Funeral in Sydney
Pre-planning a funeral in Sydney with Sahara Indian Funerals is a great idea as it elevates the stress and worries your loved ones may face once you pass away.
In modern-day society, many people are deciding to pre-plan their funerals so that the planning and cost’s that are associated with a funeral isn’t left to their loved one’s that are left behind.
Here at Sahara Funerals Sydney, we offer a comprehensive range of funeral services to various ethnicities and religions. Some of these religions include Sikhism, Hinduism and Buddhism. We also cater to other religions such as Christians, Napalese and Sri Lanken funerals, as well as non-religious funerals such as atheists.
How Sahara Funerals Sydney Can Help
Pre-planning a funeral Service in Sydney need not be a daunting task, in fact, Shara Indian Funerals has many options available to you. Our friendly, caring and reliable team members are highly trained in pre-planned funeral services.
Our main goal is to help guide you through the entire process, from beginning to end, with a minimal amount of stress to you. We can start helping you by documenting your entire wishes and planning a funeral that suits your needs, wishes and wants well in advance.
When you pre-plan a funeral with Sahara Funerals Sydney, you have complete control over your final goodbye and inevitably have total peace of mind knowing that you have already planned, organised and pre-payed your future funeral or memorial service.
Benefits of Pre-planning a funeral in Sydney
Pre-planning a funeral in Sydney with Sahara Indian funerals is a very sound decision as it enables you to plan in advance, enter into a formal legal agreement and pre-pay in advance.
The last thing you want to do is leave your family and friends behind with the stress of planning a funeral and paying the associated costs. During the time of your passing, you want your family to be able to grieve without the extra added stress of all the planning that needs to be done, not to mention the cost of funerals these days. So why not considering looking into your funeral options today so that when your times come, you can pass away knowing that your loved ones can grieve in peace.
By pre-planning a funeral in Sydney you can control the amount of money you spend based on the choices you make at the time you take out the contract. In many cases, you have the choice to pay off your arrangements with instalments, or perhaps you wish to pay for your funeral in one lump sum so that you don’t have to worry I think about it ever again. In most cases, you can arrange pre-paid funeral payments regardless of your age and health conditions. There are also some other advantages pre-paying your funeral in advance, you may be exempt from Centrelink and Department of Veteran Affairs income and assets tests. Please note that this is just general information and that you should seek legal advice first before entering into any contracts regarding pre-paid funerals.
Perhaps you are looking for another way to save for your funeral, by establishing a funeral bond you can put money aside to save for your funeral costs. A funeral bond is simply another way you can save for your funeral, this allows you to put money aside on a regular basis without entering into any legal contract.
A funeral bond may also provide a tax-effective opportunity for you to put aside funds for the future, enabling you to still go ahead and plan your future funeral, specifying all the details you wish to follow through with in the future.
When initially setting up your funeral bond, you can nominate if you wish it to be set up in just your name only, or you may wish to set the funeral bond up in joint names. Please note that the previous information on Funeral Bonds is general information and may not be applicable to you, so please seek legal advice before entering into any funeral bonds.
Other Bonuses Available
Another way to save for your future funeral is to be aware that you may be eligible for exemption on an annual bonus that you receive from you personal tax assessment. Upon your death, the benefit received is then paid to out to your estate. The portion of your growth component is then handled through the administration of your estate.
In general, you can invest up to $11500 into a bond, this can either be paid as one lump sum or perhaps through regular contributions made by yourself. Please check with the following individual departments to receive confirmation based on your personal details, you may also be eligible to have this bonus exempt from Centrelink and or the Departments of Veteran Affairs. Usually, an asset and income are provided to ascertain your eligibility. All the information about regarding bonds and bonuses is general information only, your individual personal situation may vary to others and you may not be eligible for any of the above services or exemptions. Please seek legal doubt before pursuing any of the above.
To find out more information on how Pre-Planning a Funeral in Sydney may be beneficial to you, please feel free to contact us here at Sahara Indian Funeral in Sydney and we will be only too happy to assist you with any questions you may have.