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Although the COVID-19 pandemic and other challenges prompted many to revamp their financial strategies in 2020, 46% of people surveyed said they were confident in their ability to withstand a difficult financial situation, and 7 in 10 people with a strategy said they felt financially stable and resilient, according to research from the financial services firm Edward Jones.

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The COVID-19 pandemic hit many Americans hard, yet 81% feel in control of their financial situation, according to a recent survey from the financial services firm Edward Jones.

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