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Win a paperback copy of our book: Late Bloomer Millionaires by creating and submitting a t-shirt message. The message could be about helping educated our colleagues to stay the heck away from annuities to reflecting on your investing style. Click here for more details about contest rules.

Here are submission so far. Some are hilarious:

 

"Friends don't let friends buy annuities"

 

"Caring teachers don't let colleagues buy annuities"

 

Don’t just do some­thing, stand there” sub­mit­ted by @russthorton

 

I’ve been pay­ing for whole life for 9 years and all I got was…WAIT, they charged me for this too!” by @zacbissonnette
Also from Zac, on the front “I’m with stu­pid.” Then, on the back, “Ameriprise Cus­tomer.“
And one more: “Look­ing for your Edward Jones “Finan­cial Advi­sor?” Check under my tires.”

 

If it sounds too good to be true, it prob­a­bly is” by Derek @IRISHdjt

 

Mod­er­ately pas­sive aggres­sive” by Andy @aclaybrook30

 

This is my favorite except you can­not wear a shirt to express his mes­sage:
“My Bro­ker Lost My Shirt.“

This could be changed to our message about annuities, "My index annuity sales person lost my shirt."
It has to be body painted. It’s hilarious!

 

Ok friends, start your creative juices! Come on, don't be shy.

 

Here are some of mine:

“Annu­ities are for babies!”

“The 50-year rela­tion­ship of K-12 teach­ers and annu­ities need a DIVORCE!”

“The 50-year rela­tion­ship of teach­ers’ unions and annu­ities need a DIVORCE!”

“This teacher doesn’t let col­leagues buy shitty annuities”

“Why is that guy or gal with the TSA brochures smiling from ear to ear?”

 

 

Have a great day,

Steve

 

 

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How about HELP I bought an ANNUITY and I can't get OUT ! (Help I've fallen and I can't get up) or Annuities JUST DON"T DO IT!!

 

Alright, Not great but I will be back with a better one, this was just off the top of my head.

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Thanks Tony!

 

Come on forum followers! Let your creative juices flow. We have the knowledge and the wherewithal to send a message that low cost retirement planning with Vanguard, TIAA CREF, and NYC retirement plan is the way to go.

 

Joel, How about this, correct my facts: "Since 1964 (or when ever), NYC teachers have had a guaranteed 8.5% return on their 403b. WHY SETTLE FOR LESS?"

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NICE Yacht Mr.Stockbroker, where's mine?

 

If you can read this, thank a teacher. If your're broke thank your stockbroker!!

 

Heres some more-i never said I was good at this but this is fun to try!!

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NICE Yacht Mr.Stockbroker, where's mine?

 

If you can read this, thank a teacher. If your're broke thank your stockbroker!!

 

Heres some more-i never said I was good at this but this is fun to try!!

 

Hey Tony, that's great. I love your paraphrasing from education based clichés. Here is another one:

"If you think education is expensive, try a tax shelter annuity." (old cliché "try ignorance.")

 

 

Come on wiltony, Kat, Scott, Dan, Bob, join the fun.

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"Fee-only Financial adviser with a signed Fiduciary oath = Higher retirement nest egg."

 

"Common Sense is not so common." Voltaire

 

"Successful investing = AVERAGE Performance is the new normal!

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403B Insurance Company Annuities

They Get The Goldmine

Teachers Get The Shaft !!!

403B Insurance Companies

Certified #1 Pickpockets Of The Education Profession

 

Are mine getting worse? better? or am I missing the mark altogether?

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Tony,

You are BAD!!! And that's good!!! WONDERFUL. KEEP them coming. You are on the top list of winning a paperback copy of our book.

All people who submit one entry will be put into a hat for a drawing to win a second copy.

 

How about this: "Mixing investments and insurance is like pouring water into acid. It spits!"

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Hey Mr. Trusty Advisor, just curious...do you adhere to a fiduciary or suitability standard?

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Monday, June 3, at noon (PST) this contest will conclude. We will choose the winner based on originality, brevity, and simplicity and post it here and on our blog: www.latebloomerwealth.com. Just for participating, you will be given a chance to also win a book.

 

Thanks for all who participated.

 

Steve and Danny R.

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