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Guaranteed payout on death, whenever that occurs
Guaranteed Acceptance if you’re aged 50-85
No Medical or Health Questions to answer
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Features of Life Insurance for the Over 50s
Fixed Monthly Premiums – All our top insurers fix your premium for the life of the policy
Guaranteed pay out – Whole of Life Insurance so no risk of you outliving a term
Guaranteed Acceptance – No health or medical questions to answer
Trust Service – For no extra cost our experts can help you put your policy in trust meaning no Inheritance Tax to pay
*Comparison of Sun Life Over 50s prices quoted on their website on 06/07/2017 showed better value from alternative providers including Legal and General and One Family.
Guaranteed acceptance for UK residents aged 50 to 85 with no medical questions.
With some over 50s life insurance plans you could pay more in total than the plan pays out on your death.
Unless you choose an index linked policy, your amount of insurance is fixed when your plan starts meaning inflation will, over time, reduce the value of the cash sum of your plan.
If you die in the first 12 or 24 months (depending on the provider) the plan may only pay out the premiums you’ve paid.
This is not a savings or investment product and has no cash value until a valid claim is made.
If you stop paying premiums before the end of your policy, your cover will end and you won’t get anything back.
I’ve looked to buy life insurance online for a while and had been to a few sites but the long process put me off. Save On Life’s process was very quick and simple so very happy after finally putting some cover in place!” Nicole, 03/02/2021
I decided on sun life because of the simple straight forward method of securing a plan and the result of doing so, including all the expected relevant information required to ease the path.” Ian McDonald, 31/01/2021