January 1, 2024 | In the News

Survey Finds Holiday Season More Stressful Than Tax Season

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The American Heart Association and Wakefield Research partnered for an omnibus survey to examine the stress associated with the holiday season. Work-life balance, shopping for gifts, family dynamics and finances can take a major toll on people. More than six in ten Americans (63 percent) find the holiday season to be more stressful and upsetting than tax season. In fact, nearly three-fourths (71 percent) regret not making time to relax and enjoy the holidays. 

For additional insight into holiday stress and tips on how to reduce it, read the Washington Times article here.

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