Post Office® Over 50's Life Cover

Post Office Over 50's Life Cover From£7 per month

No medical screening required

From just £7 a month, Post Office cover is ideal for anyone aged 50-80, who wants to guarantee a fixed lump sum for their loved ones when they die.

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Post Office® Over 50's Life Cover – No medical screening required.

Post Office® Over 50's Life Cover is provided by Aviva Life & Pensions UK Limited

From just £7 a month, our cover is ideal for anyone aged 50-80, who wants to guarantee a fixed lump sum for their loved ones when they die.

With Post Office Over 50’s Life Cover:

  • No medical screening required: you’re guaranteed cover
  • A guaranteed fixed lump sum: if you pass away from natural causes on or after 12 months of cover
  • Double the fixed lump sum:  if you die as a result of an accident on or after the first 12 months of cover

Your premiums won’t change so you'll know exactly how much you'll pay each month. You can choose the amount you wish to pay - premiums range from £7 to £50 per month. You’ll either pay for 30 years or until the plan anniversary after your 90th birthday, whichever comes first.

During the first 12 months your policy will pay the full fixed lump sum if you die as a result of an accident. If you die from natural causes during this time an amount equal to premiums paid will be refunded.

After 12 months your policy will pay double the fixed lump sum if you die as a result of an accident. If you die from natural causes we will pay the full fixed lump sum.

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Terms and Conditions Apply

Post Office® Over 50’s Life Cover. For UK residents aged between 50 and 80. Premiums from £7 to £50, payable monthly. Your sum assured is dependent on your age and your chosen monthly premium. You could pay in more than is paid out. Inflation will reduce the value of the cash sum. The policy has no cash in value. To calculate the total premium that you could pay, multiply the monthly premium by 12 then by the number of years you would like the cover to run, e.g. £7 x 12 x 30 = £2,520 premium.

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