Here’s Why You Should Eat Less Fast Food to Save Money

Over 3% of Americans, about 10 million people, eat fast food about once a week. Most Americans spend at least $1,200 every year on fast food and restaurant dining. That is the equivalent of about $12 per meal. Think about what you can do with an extra $1,200 a year. What is notable is that over 76% of Americans know that fast food is unhealthy. Yet, we knowingly continue to spend lots of money on...

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Tiny Houses – Fun, Financially Beneficial, But Practical?

Owning a home is an American dream for many people. However, most people should wake up to the fact that owning a home is a serious financial and maintenance-intensive investment. The average cost of a new house can be as high as $400,000. Most homes offer about an average of 2,000 to 2,400 square footage. The average monthly mortgage payment is about $1,000. However, that does not take into account...

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