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Dealing with Financial Stress
Managing stress levels is important, especially when it comes to your finances.

David Lerner Associates: Your Financial Mindset and Stress
According to the American Institute of Stress, over 70% of people experience physical or psychological symptoms caused by stress. The cost of daily living; bills, kids, jobs... this is the stress we tend to ignore or push down.

David Lerner Associates: Ending Financial Stress with Planning
Bank of America / Merrill Lynch's 2016 Workplace Benefits Report was an interesting study in the financial confidence of today's workers. 75% of employees polled indicated they are not financially secure, and 60% say they are somewhat or very stressed by their financial situation, according to the report.

Steps for Financial Freedom
Financial freedom is a term that is thrown around, but what does it actually mean? It's probably best stated as being free of worry from financial issues. But then there's always the concern of "more money, more problems."

Overcoming Financial Stress
Lots of people experience stress. This stress can affect your health, your body and your immune system, not to mention your ability to perform on the job, and thus your bottom line.

Dealing with Financial Stress
Debt, reduced income, children, marriage issues, and the list can go on. There are a lot of things that could cause you to experience some financial stress.

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