Why get 50 and over life insurance?

50 is the new 40 and it has been for a while now apparently, but that does not mean you can’t plan for the future a little bit and make sure that your loved ones have some kind of security should something happen to you. It’s actually very easy to sit back and assume that now the kids have left home and that the mortgage is paid off that you’re all sorted.  However, with things like inheritance taxes and funeral costs to consider when someone passes away, it can be a real struggle for those left behind.

The average funeral costs around £3200 now, which means that your family will have to arrange this should you die.  This can be a real struggle during what is already a difficult time, which is where 50 and Over Life Insurance can really help.

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It can be as simple as getting funeral cover or you may even want to try and include some kind of financial legacy for the grandchildren and it’s surprisingly easy. Many 50 and over life insurance policies are for people aged between 50 and 80 years of age and they do not carry any kind of medical, so potentially guaranteed as long as you are a UK resident.

Having an over 50 life insurance policy can really give you peace of mind but also make sure those who you love most get some kind of protection and support when you are no longer there to look after them.

No one likes to think about these things of course but they are a fact of life, so there’s no sense putting them off or ignoring them, when you could pay from just £5 a month for basic cover.

50 and Over Life Insurance can offer you comparison quotes from leading insurers for your type of insurance and you can potentially get free shopping vouchers once you take up the policy, so why not get yourself a life insurance quote today?

There’s no obligation to buy and you can be sure our qualified advisers will be delighted to assist you and answer any questions you may have.

 

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