First Rate Funeral Insurance for New Hampshire Residents!

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What can I say? I love the Granite State! I grew up in Massachusetts but spent a lot of time in New Hampshire. My grandparents had a camp on Millville Lake in Salem, New Hampshire and we would go up there with the whole family on weekends and every once in a while, we got treated to a visit nearby Canobie Lake Park. Oh, what wonderful memories! New Hampshire is a great state with wicked awesome people and we at Insurance for Final Expense are committed to providing the best funeral insurance to those in your state.

New Hampshire’s famous state motto “Live Free or Die” reflects the spirit of its people. These words were written by General John Stark, July 31, 1809, and it was the 1945 Legislature that gave New Hampshire its official motto and emblem, as World War II approached a successful end. People from New Hampshire are resilient, self-educated, hard-working individuals belonging to a conscientious community.

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In this article, we will explain just how uncomplicated, inexpensive and critical getting funeral insurance is for New Hampshire citizens. We will also discuss some meaningful state specific health related statistics involving New Hampshire and what makes the state of New Hampshire such a great place to live or visit!

The Average Cost of Burial and Cremation in New Hampshire

If you shop around you should be able to arrange funeral services in New Hampshire for about $6,000. The cost for a traditional burial is most effected by the type of coffin you select. Although an average casket costs slightly more than $2,000, some mahogany, bronze or copper caskets sell for as much as $10,000. The National Funeral Directors Association surveyed the average cost of a funeral across the U.S. at $7,045 (2012) but this does NOT include any cemetery costs. Adding in cemetery fees is likely to make your total cost for a traditional burial close to $10,000.

A typical cremation funeral service will cost in the region of $3,900 in New Hampshire. This depends upon the additional services/products you select.

Shopping for Burial Insurance in New Hampshire

Funeral Insurance ads from companies like Colonial Penn Burial Insurance, Aetna Final Expense Insurance, AARP Burial Insurance,  John Hancock Burial Insurance, State Farm Final Expense Insurance and Globe Life Insurance are on TV, the internet and radio round-the-clock. These are all good final expense insurance companies, but just because many of them have celebrity spokespeople and flashy ads, are you really getting the best value with them?

When you work with an independent agency, like Insurance for Final Expense, you are dealing with an independent agency that can offer you a variety of exceptional funeral insurance plans and options. Because we work with multiple insurers, we are able to get you the best monthly rates and a plan that suits your individual needs.

What Makes New Hampshire So Great?

Well, I can say personally, that the state is absolutely gorgeous. From it’s beautiful lakes and beaches, majestic mountains, ski country, lovely rolling hills and farms, lovely historic charm, great food and super fun urban areas, New Hampshire has a little bit of everything. Oh, and in the fall, you will experience some of the most colors imaginable as the foliage begins to change.

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The 14 Best Things to Do in New Hampshire

Timeout.com put together a list of 14 best things to do in New Hampshire:

  1. Mt. Washington Auto Road: 7.5-mile road up the highest peak in New England. (believe me, this is an amazing experience)
  2. Conway Scenic Railroad: One of five historic trains running along scenic routes through New Hampshire.
  3. SkyVenture: Nashua’s indoor adventure facility, featuring surfing, rock climbing, and a wind tunnel.
  4. Portsmouth: Charming port city with a historic waterfront, 17th and 18th century buildings, and an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants. (you will love Portsmouth)
  5. Fall Foliage: The annual color-changing event that brings the “leaf-peepers” out in droves.
  6. Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site: A national historic site preserving the home and gardens of the renowned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
  7. White Mountains: Part of the Appalachian Mountains range, covering about a quarter of New Hampshire and home to fabulous hikes.
  8. Lake Winnipesaukee: The largest lake in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region, a getaway destination for generations.
  9. Butternut Farm: Family-run, pick-your-own fruit farm in Farmington. 
  10. Castle in the Clouds: Gorgeous mansion and mountaintop estate in Moultonborough.
  11. Budweiser Merrimack Brewery: Budweiser’s Northeast location, home to a Clydesdale stable and training facility. 
  12. America’s Stonehenge: An archaeological site in Salem consisting of mysterious man-made rock and stone structures.
  13. NH Craftsmen’s Fair: America’s oldest – and some say most prestigious – craft fair, held annually in Newbury.
  14. NH Liquor & Wine Outlet: Massive, tax-free liquor and wine store.

New Hampshire Health Statistics

Please continue on to learn some meaningful state specific health related statistics involving New Hampshire. We will also discuss getting the very best funeral insurance coverage in New Hampshire and explain how funeral insurance can help protect you and your family.

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Leading Causes of Death in New Hampshire

Rank Cause of Death Total Deaths
1 Cancer 2,760
2 Heart Disease 2,721
3 Accidents 907
4 Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases 755
5 Stroke 514
6 Alzheimer’s Disease 436
7 Diabetes 340
8 Suicide 265
9 Flu/Pneumonia 230
10 Kidney Disease 169

(note: these statistics are taken from CDC website and the data is for the year of 2017. Keep in mind that these numbers vary from state to state due to population and state rank across the U.S.)

Life Expectancy in New Hampshire

The average life expectancy in New Hampshire was 79.4 years (in 2018). Overall, New Hampshire ranked #20 in average life expectancy across all U.S. states. That was an decrease of 0.9 from 2010 when the average life expectancy was 80.3 years old.

New Hampshire is in the top 20 U.S. states in terms of life expectancy. Does this data have any effect on final expense insurance for New Hampshire residents? You might be thinking that this rank would have some effect on rates and policies for people in the Granite State.

But, thankfully that’s not the case. Here at Insurance for Final Expense, we look at each customer nationwide as an individual who is entitled to the same top-notch service as everyone else in the country.

The Funeral Insurance We Provide for Those in New Hampshire

At Insurance for Final Expense, we work with a large pool of the best funeral insurance companies with tons of plans and options… Why can we do this? Because we are an independent funeral insurance agency.  We believe that you should be in control of in choosing what’s best for you and your family. Getting burial insurance is a very personal decision.

We Work with Only the Best to Help you in New Hampshire with Funeral Insurance!

And we only work with best of the best insurers, like Mutual of Omaha Burial InsuranceRoyal Neighbors Insurance, AIG, Liberty Bankers Life, Prosperity Life Group, Sentinel Security Life and Great Western Insurance Company to name a few. Please feel free to read all of our burial insurance reviews on our website. But keep in mind, you don’t need to be some sort of funeral insurance policy genius to get the best coverage out there. We will guide you through the entire process, from beginning to end.

We are here to serve YOU, never to sell you. It is our objective to help you effectively see the entirety of your choices and never to drive you into a plan that doesn’t suit you. Our way of thinking is, consistently has been, and will remain, client first.

Getting the Best Funeral Insurance Policy in New Hampshire

To find the best choice in burial insurance in New Hampshire, it is so very important that you work with an independent agency who represents a variety of funeral insurance companies. This is so important! We hope you don’t, but if you go with one of the big-name advertisers like John Hancock, State Farm or Colonial Penn, you are tied to one funeral insurance product, whereas we are able to give you multiple affordable, excellent funeral insurance options.

Working with an independent agency like Insurance for Final Expense is completely free to you. Unlike working with a captive agent, we as independent agents are paid by the insurance companies. It has no effect on your rates. 

If you need help with guaranteed issue or final expense insurance, it would be our honor to assist you. Please call us at 1-800-400-8319. If you would rather that we call you, just fill out the quote form on this page and a licensed agent will be in touch with you promptly.