The high cost of dying: a guide to funeral planning
Prometheus Books, 01.01.1994 - 142 Seiten
Written by a former funeral director, this book gives the inside information necessary for consumers to get a fair deal in arranging a funeral. He explains how funeral directors make a profit, demonstrates how to select a funeral home at the time of need, how to ask the right questions to get the best price, and how to find alternatives to high-cost practices, and Chronicles both abuses and everyday problems in an effort to make a trying time that much easier.
"Excellent council". -- Booklist
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Review: The High Cost of DyingNutzerbericht - Lisa_g - Goodreads
Again, if you or a loved one is not going to die, don't bother reading this book. Otherwise, it offers very helpful information, laws, state requirements, "methods" of funeral directors, and so on. I ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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