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Eye donation organizations and eye banks provide corneas and other critical parts of the eye to those who have lost their eyesight, and donating your own eyes to one of these organizations after death is one of the most meaningful things you can do.

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The Funeral Rule: Rules ...

The Funeral Rule: Rules You Should Know
The following rules, commonly referred to as The Funeral Rule, were established and enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to protect consumers during the funeral planning process.

Buy only the funeral arrangements you want 

You have the right to buy separate goods (such as caskets) and services (such as ...

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What Is a General ...

What Is a General Price List and What You May Find In It

Before The Federal Trade Commission (FTC)’s Funeral Rule went into effect in the year 1984, prices within the funeral industry were extremely foggy to consumers. Funeral homes often showed consumers packages that forced the consumers to purchase everything that was offered, even if some of those items or services ...

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A Guide to Pre-Planning ...

A Guide to Pre-Planning a Funeral

Thinking ahead in life is a human constant - even when the future and the end is not the main focus of your mind it still hovers there within your circus of thoughts. Like the end, funerals and deaths are not something most people like to think about, but once it ...

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4 Emerging Examples of ...

4 Emerging Examples of Environmentally-Friendly Burial Tech

A traditional burial isn’t for everyone, and an increasing number of people are having concerns about the lasting environmental impact of their remains.  Driven by these sentiments, the emerging use of eco-friendly – or green – burial technology has been a growing topic of interest in recent years.  These relatively ...

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