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Zombies Attack Hartford Connecticut Teachers' Pension

June 09, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 212

There has been a lot of news lately about zombies attacking people in Florida and Louisiana. The zombies attacked innocent people and bit the faces of their victims. Authorities say that the zombies were under the influence of bath salts. However, most recently thousands of Hartford Connecticut school teachers have also been victims of zombies. Or at least their teacher's pension is the victim of zombie attacks.

The proud educators of the Hartford, Connecticut school system have been going to work teaching the children in the Hartford community from September to June five days a week for as long as anyone can remember. They collect respectable salaries but often their dedication and hard work go unnoticed. Most of these teachers have willingly traded high dollar executive salaries and bonuses for Connecticut teacher's salary and the promise of a pension after decades of public service.

These well-educated college graduates usually put most of their financial eggs in one basket by contributing towards their Connecticut school teacher's retirement every payday. But almost all of these teachers have had a false sense of security regarding their pension. Little do they know that their long-term financial security is being attacked by zombies.

You heard me right. The Connecticut teachers' pensions are actually being attacked by zombies. Zombies are immortal slaves and they attack when under the influence of voodoo. If only the Connecticut teachers would wake up and realize that they and their pensions are under attack by zombies they might be able to save their pensions and themselves. Unfortunately, almost all of these Connecticut school teachers continue to look at the Connecticut Teacher's Retirement Board website in order to feel better about their careers and the Connecticut Teachers' Retirement System.

And this is where the real Voodoo Economics come into the picture. Can you see the irony here? Do you remember learning about Voodoo Economics in college? Some of you do and some don't but that's OK. I'll refresh your memory with a quick lesson. Voodoo Economics is a term associated with the Ronald Reagan (Reaganomics) days as US president. More specifically, it refers to government promoting economic growth by providing incentives for people to produce services while creating lower taxes for the rich. Voodoo economics theory would lend you to believe that the wealthy would then produce goods, create jobs and stimulate the economy. This of course never happened and now the United States is in one of the worst economies it has ever seen.

This is only the theory of Voodoo Economics and not a reality. Hence the fact that Voodoo Economics is a derogatory term. Your Connecticut teachers' retirement pension is also about to be a derogatory term. The Connecticut teachers' retirement currently has over $9 Billion dollars in unfunded liabilities. The only thing keeping the pension afloat at this point is tax payer dollars.

The money the Connecticut school teachers pay into the pension plan and the money supposedly paid by the government is the same money that has the Connecticut teachers' retirement fund at crisis levels. Take the time to educate yourself about your Connecticut teachers' retirement and what Governor Dannel P. Malloy is trying to do to your pension.

Educate yourself on how to protect your pension. Learn how Connecticut teachers can bailout of their underfunded pension and create real passive income for life.

http://passiveincomeissimple.com/connecticut-teachers-the-truth-about-your-pension/

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