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Need a New 72tNET.com Slogan
Hi everyone, I need some creative input. Another company has noticed that our slogan: "Retire With Confidence" is the same as theirs and their lawyers require us to change our slogan by May 31. I'm happy to change ours since the slogan is incidental to the importance of this website. I changed it to "Retire, with Confidence" but they rejected that as well because it was still too similar. The person who contacted me suggested a few options but I think as a group we may have ideas for a slogan with a more personal message. Here are their suggestions. Do you like one of these, or do any other slogans come to mind?
- Be confident in retirement
- Retire Courageously
- Retire Boldly
- Retire With Certainty
- Retire With Conviction
- Let's work toward a confident retirement strategy
- Helping you confidently retire
I like the last one ("Helping you confidently retire"). I would have thought anything with both "retire" and "confident" would be too similar for their liking, but if they suggested it they must be OK with it. I can't think of anything better off the top of my head but I'll mull it over.
Just a thought: "fulfill your retirement dream"
Pure personal preference: RETIRE COURAGEOUSLY.
TAKE RETIREMENT DISTRIBUTIONS BEFORE 59 1/2, WITHOUT 10% PENALTY
or shorter just "PENALTY FREE DISTRIBUTIONS BEFORE 59 1/2"