These Bad Habits Are Making Your Dentist Rich

Image © Matt Madd/Dentist I grind my teeth. It is an awful, uncontrollable habit that I do whenever I am asleep. For many years, my jaws would grind against each other as hard as possible. I only realized it recently as I was waking up with horrifying, pain-pulsing toothaches. It’s funny how we can become Sherlocks of the self only out of necessity. I noticed that these toothaches would erupt in...

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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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Over $2B In Unclaimed Tax Refunds? Don’t Lose $ With These Mistakes

The only thing that is certain in life is death and taxes. Additional certainties that should be added to that list are the fact that people who file on their own may not be maximizing their refund potential. Like people who don’t file taxes because they don’t make enough to meet federal threshold standards. They may also qualify for refunds too. I myself didn’t realize when I was a working...

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