Here’s a funny thing about burial insurance: It doesn’t actually exist as a specific insurance product. You may see references to “burial insurance,” “final expense insurance” or “funeral insurance” when you’re buying life insurance. But burial insurance is simply a common way to refer to a small whole life insurance policy — generally $5,000 to $20,000 — that’s purchased so beneficiaries have money to pay for a funeral.

Not all life insurance companies sell whole life insurance policies in small amounts, but here are some that do.

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