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Royal & SunAlliance recommends new financial year resolutions


Royal & SunAlliance is suggesting three new financial year resolutions to help individuals to improve their health and wealth.


The life office reckons by following these resolutions, it will lead to savings on life assurance premiums and better health.


Quitting a 20-a-day smoking habit will save around £1,400 a year, a reduction of daily alcohol intake by one unit a day will save £910 a year and cutting down on chocolate bars from two to one bar a day could save £127 a year.


In addition to these saving R&SA suggest individuals qualify for a discount of up 12.5 per cent on its Progressive Protection term assurance plan.


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