I’m over 60. Am I too old for life insurance?

Over 50 life insurance is designed for people aged 50 and over. The maximum age to qualify varies between providers, but can be up to 85 years old with some.

Frequently asked questions

Typically, providers don't ask medical questions when you apply for over 50s life insurance. However, they might have other criteria when considering your application, such as your residency status. 

They mean the same thing. Also, over 50 life insurance is sometimes called 'over 50s plan' or 'over 50 insurance'. 

The best type of insurance for each individual will depend on their circumstances and what they are looking to cover.

Over 50 life insurance is designed for people aged 50 and over. It's a way of leaving a small lump of money for your family as a gift, or to go towards your funeral costs. If you're 70 years and this sounds like something you would like to do, you might want to consider over 50 insurance.

Costs vary, depending on your provider , circumstances and what you’re looking to cover.

Typically, providers don't ask medical questions when you apply for over 50s life insurance. However, they might have other criteria when considering your application, such as your residency status. 

They mean the same thing. Also, over 50 life insurance is sometimes called 'over 50s plan' or 'over 50 insurance'. 

The best type of insurance for each individual will depend on their circumstances and what they are looking to cover.

Over 50 life insurance is designed for people aged 50 and over. It's a way of leaving a small lump of money for your family as a gift, or to go towards your funeral costs. If you're 70 years and this sounds like something you would like to do, you might want to consider over 50 insurance.

Costs vary, depending on your provider , circumstances and what you’re looking to cover.