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Financial fitness is as important as physical fitness. Feel as amazing about your money as you do about your health by creating a free LearnVest account!

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You know the importance of keeping physically fit, but boutique fitness classes and $9 juices can take a toll on your bank account.

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The program also comes with and ongoing monthly support from your expert that costs less than one spinning class at SoulCycle*. We all know that changing habits is tricky—whether it’s getting to gym or giving up your pricey shoe addiction—that’s why LearnVest Planning Action Program is structured to actually help you change old financial behaviors and start developing new, better ones.

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* LearnVest Planning Action Program ongoing monthly support is $19 per month. A single Soul Cycle class cost $34 as of 06/14/2013.

LearnVest Planning Services is a registered investment adviser. The opinions expressed in this article are that of LearnVest Planning Services, a registered investment adviser. The advice provided may not be suitable for your individual situation and you should discuss your situation with a financial professional.

 


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