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Didn't make it to Nashville? Take the financially fit quiz HERE for your chance to win an Apple Watch or $5000 travel voucher.*

 

Our next stop on the Financial Fitness Tour is Nashville, TN. From Broadway to the Music City Center, we asked folks to share their financial concerns, investment goals, and questions for financial advisors. Follow along at #TheFinancialCoach.

 

 

 

 

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