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Right and Left Brains: Prearrange your Funeral Today

Why making your funeral plans way ahead of time is both logically efficient and emotionally relieving. Human beings seek out comfort from the time they are infants. Whether you are soothed by Schubert or spreadsheets, one comfort you can count on helping you sleep at night is making your funeral […]

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Gift Giving Guide: For Someone Going Through Loss

As the holidays approach, you may be making various wish lists and gift lists for people you love and take care of. This gets much more difficult after the loss of someone close to you. When those around you are deeply depressed and grieving, the Christmas spirit doesn’t exactly fill […]

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Custom Caskets to Honor Your Little Ones

Custom caskets can turn a somber situation into something like peace. “Knowing that she would be buried surrounded by her favorite things and pictures of her family helped me sleep for the first time since her death.” –Recent Customer There may be nothing worse than losing a child. Picking out […]

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Avoiding the Holiday Sales Slump (Holiday-Who-be-What-ee?)

‘Tis the season, the biggest shopping season of the year. As we know, that often means that people are strapped for cash due to the long wish list they’ve been given by their loved ones. The Holiday Sales Slump, as it’s often been called, can be discouraging, frustrating, and down-right […]

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Social Security Death Benefit: What is NOT Covered

Once we’re retired, many of us depend on Social Security benefits every month to get by. That’s what this program was designed for back in 1935, when its inception was to reduce the percentage of senior citizens living in poverty. As part of the Social Security program there is something […]

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4 Reasons You Were Meant to be a Final Expense Agent

You Have Been Called A “Go-Getter” Maybe it was in high school when you were voted “Most Likely to Succeed,” maybe it wasn’t until into your adulthood when you had quarterly evaluations by your boss, but at some point you have been called a “go-getter.” Final Expense Agents often have […]

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Utah Becomes the 16th State to Legalize “Water Cremation”

The year 2015 was monumental in the funeral industry because it marked the first year that cremation become more commonly chosen then burial in the United States. As of May, 2018, Utah is now the 16th state to make legal a fairly new cremation process called “alkaline hydrolysis.” The bill […]

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Security National Life Announces New Sales Development Director

Security National Life Announces New Sales Development Director SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – Security National Life is pleased to announce that Jeremy Cox has been hired as the Director of Sales Development for the Final Expense Division. Jeremy Cox is the Director of Sales Development in the Final Expense Division […]

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SNL Funeral Home Partner: Morales Funeral Home

Morales Funeral Home is a trusted preneed partner with Security National Life. Today, we’d like to take a moment to highlight their services and talk about how Security National Life has changed their preneed business. Below is a brief interview with the funeral home’s Operations Manager, Joe L. Morales: When […]

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