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The death of a loved one is traumatic enough. The scenario of late typically involves difficult decisions and costly medical expenses—followed by a potentially costly ceremony and burial. Increasingly, though, families are cutting expenses by choosing cremation, which costs less than half of the price of a traditional burial.
With something called “bio-cremation,” a liquid chemical is used to dissolve the body, no fire or global warming emissions necessary.
When a loved one dies, comparison-shopping is probably not the first thing that comes to mind.