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get real-time quotes on life and burial insurance, plus the alzheimer's research foundation receives a $2.00 donation for each visitor who fills out the form. our book and shareware program covers each item in selecting a cemetery plot in detail, along with some surprising ideas on how to get the plot you want -- for less -- without facing a high-pressure salesman. cemetery salesmen consider it a major defeat if you leave without signing documents. even the funeral directors warned of this, so ... beware. something to bear in mind when selecting a plot is the extra items you'll need that aren't required with cremation, donation, or even (in most cases) a mausoleum. these include: the plot itself; $500-up a casket; $500-up a burial vault or grave liner; $500-up fees for 'opening and closing' thegrave; $350-$2000 [see book for how to avoid an often-hidden extra $1000 for this service.] a monument; $500-up [$1200 national average, can buy for half that if you know what to ask for and what to avoid] perpetual maintenance; [sometimes included in cost of the plot.] the mausoleum if you are like most of us, you view mausoleums as the resting places of the idle rich. considering the costs now inherent in traditional ground burial -- $2500 or more, beyond funeral services -- a mausoleum space may be a bargain since some start below this figure. they offer indoor visitation that is not as weather dependent as burial and are not as likely to be torn down in years to come to reclaim land for development. cremation, the 'coming thing' nationally, between 20 and 30% of all families choose cremation. on the west coast, this figure is closer to 50% and, in affluent areas such as marin county california, it's more like 70%. this figure is growing each year. why? a lot of reasons, not the least of which is cremation, even with the same services, costs less than half what a traditional burial will run . also, since we're a more mobile society these days, an urn of cremains (as the ashes are known) can be taken along when you take that better job or relocate to a kinder climate. for romantics, you can have the ashes scattered at-sea, over a favorite place, or retained with the family in an urn. eventually, this will be the only option. as in japan, india, and most heavily-populated countries, we'll reach a point where we can no longer afford to tie-up prime land --100,000+ acres per year in the u.s. -- in cemeteries. already we've seen thousands of cemeteries uprooted and 'relocated' to make way for lakes, shopping centers, and housing developments. it'll only get worse in the future as our population increases. summary once you have determined where the service will end (cremation, donation, cemetery, mausoleum, etc ...) you will know what funeral products you'll need. please bear in mind that, no matter what you are told to the contrary, no state requires the use of a burial vault or grave liner . many, perhaps most, private cemeteries do, and its purely for the profit of it and ease of mowing the grounds. like caskets, no claims can legitimately be made for protection against moisture, decay, organisms, etc ... and none of them are effective against roots. everything you need to know about caskets
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