It is only eight o’clock pm here at GFG HQ, yet it’s already some 15 minutes since we sounded the hooter and nudged our horny-handed workforce into the weary, black, wet November night. We like to feel that we are kindly, enlightened employers, for whom wellbeing issues come first.
At the desk of one of our interns, R Cratchit, we found a discarded Daily Mail. Leafing through it we found this appeal in the This Is Money section:
I have been saving for five years to build up some money to pay for my funeral. I always felt that I didn’t want my family to have to pay for my send off and have built up a pot that should more than cover it.
I told a friend about this and they said I was mad. They pointed out my grown up children are not poor and thought they would have no problem with paying for my funeral.
My friend said I should spend the money now and enjoy it while I can – they even suggested going on a cruise.
I don’t know what to do, should I keep my funeral pot or blow it?
The Mail would like to know what you think. If what you think is sufficiently impressive it will use your response in a followup article. So, if you have strong feelings about what this man should do with his death stash, click the link here.