Denoting a scheme in which one pays in advance for a service or facility: pre-need funeral sales
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- The organization estimates that $10.2 billion is held in trust by funeral homes, and the remaining $11 billion rests in pre-need insurance policies.
- Brown says Atlanta Life will focus on building its asset management and group reinsurance units and expand on its recent launch into the pre-need business.
- So, long ago, they bought a ‘pre-need’ funeral package that included a headstone for their graves.
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