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After a volatile year driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of Americans understandably say health and wellness is their top priority for 2021. Unfortunately, however, this may come at the expense of their long-term finances at risk, according to a new study conducted by Allianz Life.

Only 27 percent say financial stability comes first, while just 13 percent are including financial planning as a resolution in 2021, which is an 11-year low.

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