Understandably, our personal health and well-being have taken precedence over many other important matters in the past year. Hopefully, the COVID-19 pandemic will soon be in the rearview mirror and we can set our sights on other priorities such as our financial health.

The following is a helpful checklist that is by no means all-inclusive, but it does incorporate various components of completing an annual financial checkup. You should set a date to assess your financial health within the next few weeks, and then establish action steps for any items that require extra attention:

Karen B. Arthur is first vice president/trust services manager for ACNB Bank.

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