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FIT™ Perspectives Hits 20 Podcast Episodes

AFA Marketing
June 16, 2020

FIT™ PerspectivesAFA’s FIT™ Perspectives Podcast was launched late 2019 as a resource to empower listeners to make the best possible decisions with their money, no matter their age or financial status. 

Since then the FIT™ Perspectives team has now produced 20 episodes which are all available through Apple, Spotify, Google, and iHeartRadio. Some of the most recent episodes cover current financial trends, COVID-19, economic events, special guest interviews, team interviews and so much more!

Be sure to bookmark our FIT™ Perspectives page for future episodes!

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