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Financial wellness is giving weight loss a run for its money as the top New Year’s resolution for many Americans.

Two-thirds of people expect 2022 to be the year they become more financially stable, according to a new survey commissioned by the shopping platform Slickdeals. Three-fourths of Americans have made a resolution centered around being smarter with their finances, up from 73 percent who did so last year. Six in 10 said 2021 was easier on their finances — twice the amount of people who claimed 2020 was painless on their finances (31 percent). Only 15 percent reported financial difficulties in 2021, compared to close to half in 2020.

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