I get spammed a lot by Fidelity, but that's OK.
A recent message suggested I take a short quiz to guide me toward a strategy for paying for health care in retirement. Also OK.
After answering the questions, I was sent to this page. Again, fine fine fine.
But I was amused by the description of one of their "relevant topics":
Find out how to help ensure that your loved ones and organizations near to your heart are taken care of today and in the afterlife.
Dude, Fidelity's so good, they'll take care of my loved ones in the afterlife.
Now, sure, I know what they meant to say: "after you are dead". But maybe they could have found a clearer way to euphemize that.