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How Much Does it Cost to Die?

Low Priced Medium Priced High Priced United States Cremation Statistics Burial Clothes - men $170 to $400 Burial Clothes - women $95 to $350 % Cremation 2010 % Projections 2025% Burial Shroud $195 to $1,000 30.88% 38.15% 51.12% Burial Vaults Costs $795 to $900 $1,000 to $2,000 $2,200 to $14,000 Casket - cardboard / fiberboard $50 to $100 $150 to $300 $300 to $500 Casket - wood or metal $345 to $800 $1,000 to $3,000 $3,500 to $12,000 2005 Cremation 2005 Deaths Clergy / Celebrant $50 to $100 $150 to $250 $300 to $500 778,025 2,432,000 Death Certificate Fees $11 to$13 a copy Direct Burial Package $1,000 to $1,400 $1,600 to $1,800 $2,000 to $3,600 2005 2005 2005 21105 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 Direct Cremation Package $500 to $800 $1,000 to $1,500 $1,800 to $3,000 Embalming Fees $225 to $445 $500 to $680 $800 to $1,212 THE MOST EXPENSIVE FUNERAL was that of Alexander the Great, which would equal about $600,000,000 in today's money. Flowers $100 to $200 $220 to $360 $400 to $600 Funeral Ceremony Fees $200 to $350 $400 to $600 $700 to $1,425 How Much Does it Cost To Die? Funeral Homes' Basic Services $480 to $695 $1,205 to $1,880 $2,200 to $3,000 Grave Markers, Monuments $500 to $1,000 $1,200 to $2,000 $2,400 to $7,000 GENE RODDENBURY and Timothy Leary were the tirst celebrities to have their ashes sent into Grave Opening and Closing $300 to $1,000 space ( tor $4,800 per ash capsule ). Grave Plot $400 to $10,000 Grave Site Set Up $100- ask THE MOST ATTENDED dog's tuneral was in honor of Lazarus, belonging to Emperor Norton I, in San Francisco, in 1862. More than 10,000 people paid their respects. Graveside Service $200 to $300 $350 to $500 $550 to $1,700 Sources: NFDA, Funeral Site, Independent Advantage Guest Register Book $25 to $80 Hearse or Funeral Coach $150 to $225 $300 to $400 $450 to $530 Limousine or Lead Vehicle $75 to $135 $200 to $350 $425 to $520 COFFINS were created to keep the spirit of the corpse trapped beneath the earth, out of tear that the spirits would haunt the living. Musician around $150 Obituary $0 to $600 "Other Preparations",- cosmetology, dressing, casketing Printed Materials - 100 Programs $50 to $100 $125 to $215 $250 to $363 THE SLOW PACE of a tuneral procession is left Over from the days when caskets and carriages were adorned with candles (that blew out during quick movement). $40 to $80 Service Car or Flower Car $75 to $100 $150 to $300 $400 to $510 Storage and Refrigeration fees - "Custodial Care" or "Shelter of Remains" $35 per day $50 per day $100 per day Temporary Burial Marker around $20 BLACK CLOTHING was worn by mourners as Traditional Burial Package $2,620 to $3,000 $3,200 to $4,700 $5,000 to $6,000 Transportation of the body to the Funeral Home camoutlage to prevent the prowling spirit of the dead trom reentering the bodies of the living. $125 to $175 $200 to $330 $350 to $500 Urns $80 to $200 $250 to $350 $400 to $2,000 Viewing or Visițation Fees- funeral home facility and staff fee $150 to $250 $300 to $450 $500 to $1,175 Although Americans may have the greatest technology and tastest science to trap all kind of diseases, a research states that, no American has died of old age since 1951. Average Funeral Directors Salary: $139,112 $ 48,592 $ 58,533 FuneralFacts

How Much Does it Cost to Die?

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You’d think death would be the one thing that’d free you from the bill collectors, right? Not quite. Even dying is an expensive proposition these days. The average funeral is far from a cheap affa...

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