WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2010
So I went to see RED last night; it's the movie that just came out with Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, and Helen Mirren. These extremely dangerous retired CIA agents know secrets that now make them a target for assassination. It is a funny love story filled with gun shooting action. Yes, I said love story...every good gun and guts movie should include some type of love story, don't you think? My husband and I try to go to the movies on a different day every so often (I love movies and ok- the popcorn) ; but really it just helps break up the weekly routine and I like to see if the movie we are watching can some how be related to insurance. Usually the answer to this is yes, most movies can some how be connected to a topic dealing with insurance. This movie is no different, I immediate thought RETIREMENT! Ahh...how I wish I could retire at 46.... wait did I say 46...I meant 36! Anyway, we know you already work hard enough, and you are probably already saving for your kids’ college funds, maybe you want a new car, or a bigger home. How can you possibly find extra money to put a side for the nest egg you are going to need for a proper retirement? Annuities, 401K, investments.... come talk to us. We do more than auto and home insurance. Although you won't be listed as Retired and Extremely Dangerous, you'll still want to plan for a financially secure retirement so you won't have to take that part-time acting job :)!
Posted 12:59 PM