Fiscal Fitness Tops Physical Fitness in 2008

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UPDATED: Feb 25, 2020

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Whilst the first few days of the New Year traditionally bring about physical fitness and health related resolutions, it seems the majority of Americans this year are more concerned about shoring up their finances than their bodies. According to a study released by Countrywide Bank last month, 67 percent of adults surveyed said finances are their top priority while 57 percent remained committed to physical fitness first.

January is perennially one of the most popular months for the purchase of life insurance. Whether your primary resolution is financially or physically motivated, a new policy can help you achieve both. You’ll protect your family’s financial future, while at the same time improve your physical health as you get in shape for your paramedical exam!

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