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UK residents without life insurance are leaving their families debts  

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There is nothing more important than protecting your family financially when you no longer can. A life insurance policy could help to pay for your funeral, pay debts, rent or a mortgage and leave your loved ones financial stability. Despite this many UK residents don't have the right life insurance in place.

Is it worth getting life insurance in your 50s?

The simple answer is yes!

If you don’t have life insurance in place it is essential to think about how your family will pay things such as funeral costs, any debts you have or the inheritance tax.

Life insurance gives you and your family peace of mind financially.

What type of life insurance is best for over 50s?

The best type of life insurance for over 50s is based around your personal circumstances and also your monthly budget.


While whole of life policies will give you a pay out if you die at any point, they are very expensive.


A life insurance policy can be tailored to an affordable monthly cost by changing the length of time the policy is in place and the amount of the pay out.


You can find out if you are eligible for cover by claiming your FREE quote below

Why should I take life insurance out?

Commonly people look at their expenses when considering whether they need life insurance in place.

Things to consider when thinking about taking out life insurance;


Do you have any family or a partner?

If you have children who are financially dependant or grandchildren, you should take this in to consideration.

Even if they are not financially dependant on a day to day basis. Consider if you would like to leave them some inheritance or financial support

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Mortgage or debts

If you own a house that still has a mortgage on, you will need life insurance to leave this to them debt free. If you life in rented people you could 6-12 months rent to give their families chance to sort their belongings. People usually make sure that any debts they have are also covered by their life insurance.

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The Cost of Your


The average cost of dying in the UK was £9200 in 2022***. At a time when your family are grieving, you don’t want them to be worrying about this expense.

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