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LBA/CEU Annuity fund


I know PBA is about 500/yr and SBA is about 1000/yr in annuity fund.  Anyone know the LBA and CEA figures? I was looking online and in order to see any info on the union websites, you need a login.



-- Edited by TransitJoe on Monday 8th of January 2018 02:16:48 AM

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Not too sure about LBA but CEA is as follows:
$400 for first 5 years as captain
$3390 Afterwards

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3400/yr as a captain? Wow, thats significant. Curious about LBA. Thanks a lot!



-- Edited by TransitJoe on Monday 8th of January 2018 04:59:48 AM

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just changed mine from SBA core (8.5% return in 2017) to S&P small cap! i advise everyone else to do the same! With Trump being president you can't go wrong! 20% gains this year easily ! mylife.jhrps.com

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Gluestick wrote:

just changed mine from SBA core (8.5% return in 2017) to S&P small cap! i advise everyone else to do the same! With Trump being president you can't go wrong! 20% gains this year easily ! mylife.jhrps.com


 The target fund got me a 23% return on my investment for 2017 biggrin



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PD2FD wrote:
Gluestick wrote:

just changed mine from SBA core (8.5% return in 2017) to S&P small cap! i advise everyone else to do the same! With Trump being president you can't go wrong! 20% gains this year easily ! mylife.jhrps.com


 The target fund got me a 23% return on my investment for 2017 biggrin


 Should of did the same.  I always forget about that annuity.  



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How do you change it?

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PD2FD wrote:
Gluestick wrote:

just changed mine from SBA core (8.5% return in 2017) to S&P small cap! i advise everyone else to do the same! With Trump being president you can't go wrong! 20% gains this year easily ! mylife.jhrps.com


 The target fund got me a 23% return on my investment for 2017 biggrin


Yes, but when Oprah and the dems win in 2020 because of the dumb stay-at-home mom fan base from the 1980s, '90s and 2000s and more ignorant liberal millennials vote her into office because of being a novelty, watch how the economy starts to tank.  Choose wisely with your investments in the next 3 years.

Plus, watch for historical economic trends. 



-- Edited by Boogie Knight on Friday 26th of January 2018 12:35:09 AM



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I went to mylife.jhrps.com with the intentions of changing.....  I punked out... SBA CORE seems to be the safest... I earned 3.89% over the year...

 



-- Edited by 4th Time on Monday 29th of January 2018 10:32:32 PM

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4th Time wrote:

I went to mylife.jhrps.com with the intentions of changing.....  I punked out... SBA CORE seems to be the safest... I earned 3.89% over the year...

 



-- Edited by 4th Time on Monday 29th of January 2018 10:32:32 PM


 I'm telling you, the target funds are the way to go. 23% is a much better return on investment than 3.89%.



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I saw the "S&P 500 Index Fund (MSPIX)" as an option, is this what Gluestick was referring to^? Which is the target fund that PD2FD was referring to?

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