Who Owns Your Body When You Die
Who will decide what will happen to your body when you die? Many people think their funeral and burial instructions are legally binding - but they are not. This video looks at what happens when someone's instructions are ignored, what the law says and how it could be changed. Victorian Law Reform Commission
Today, there’s a something more important than selling products and that is service to families. One where originality trumps one-size-fits-all solutions, where funerals are as likely to be a celebration of life as they are an observance of death.
To make a success of your business, you need to excel at everything and by joining an association like The Association of Independent Funeral Directors, we can help you understand the lay of the land, stand by you as you stake your claim in this new environment and turn a change into an opportunity.
Having another voice to speak on your behalf and ears to listen to you, we will help uncover new solutions to deliver services to your families.
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- Generally funeral homes that pay AIFD fees are able to deduct 100% of those fees as ordinary business expenses for federal tax purposes.
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