What I Learned About 1031 Exchanges That Can Help You, Too

Internal Revenue Service tax code 1031 relates to real estate exchanges, allowing investors to defer capital gain tax payments on the sale of the property by reinvesting the proceeds into another business or investment. It is one of the most underutilized sections of the tax code, even though it offers many benefits to investors who take advantage of it.

The 1031 comes from federal tax code related to the exchange of property held for productive use or investment. It states, No gain or loss shall be recognized on the exchange or property held for productive use in a trade or business or for investment if such property is exchanged solely for property of like kind which is to be held either for productive use in a trade or business or for investment.

One issue that may hold investors back from taking advantage of 1031 Exchanges could be the misnomer exchange. A 1031 Exchange is more of a rollover than an exchange, and sellers can rollover gain and postpone taxes an unlimited number of times. By doing this, investors can postpone tax payments, but could also ultimately make them disappear. This can happen when a seller reinvests gain and then eventually moves into one of their investment properties and use it as a primary residence. Under the right parameters, including residing in the property for at least two years, investors can exempt $500,000.00 of taxes.

While IRS regulations are often complex and mired with intricate language and tangled requirements, you can gain a good overview of 1031 exchanges here, and, when you understand the benefits, youll see that it is clearly something a wise investor should know about and consider.

Like Kind

The property being sold and the new investment property must be like kind. This relates to the use of the property, and it excludes property strictly held for resale. Developers who flip properties wont qualify under 1031 because their intention is to resell and not invest. Primary residences are also excluded from a 1031 exchange commercial real estate because a 1031 investment isnt for personal use. Investment properties can always be exchanged for other investment properties, or for vacant land held for investment purposes, however.

The official language of the tax law is like-kind, but its important to keep in mind that in terms of 1031 Exchanges, like-kind is a broad term. While investors do have to have the same intentions for use, meaning the property is being held as an investment, or used for a business, the actual properties involved dont have to be similar. Investors can exchange a strip-mall ranch for undeveloped land, or an apartment building for a strip-mall ranch, or any combination that falls within the rules and guidelines of the law.

Multiple Replacement Properties

Its not always easy for an investor to line up a replacement property, but the IRS allows investors to name three potential properties, as long as one will eventually be closed on. There are other parameters that allow for even more properties to be designated if needed.

Time Limits

There are time limits here to consider. The new investment must be identified within 45 days of the closing sale of the old property according to IRS requirements, even if the 45th day falls on a holiday. Extensions are not allowed under any circumstances.

The purchase and closing of one or more of the new properties must occur by the 180th day of the closing of the old property. The closing has to include one of more properties that were listed within the 45-day time limit. Again, there are no extensions and the 180th day is firm, closing has to pass before it even if it falls on a holiday.

A Qualified Intermediary

In addition, 1031s require the use of a qualified intermediary by law. An independent third party, or exchange partner, must hold the proceeds of the sale in a separate account until the purchase of a new property is complete. This requirement protects investors by handling funds from the original sale through the exchange process. In the end, the exchange partner will deliver the money to the closing agent. Carefully considering the choice of a qualified intermediary means the investor will be in the hands of someone who knows the intricate details of the tax law, and has the experience and expertise necessary to review the process and catch any problems that may arise.

Equal or Greater Value

Investors who want to defer 100% of the capital gains tax need to make sure that the new property is of equal or greater value than the property being sold, and all of the cash profits must be reinvested.

In addition, the taxpayer listed on the old property must be identical to the one listed on the new property.

Deferred Depreciation Recapture

If investors dont immediately need the depreciation deduction on a property, a 1031 will allow them to defer it to a time when they actually need to use it against taxable income.

Reverse Exchanges

Investors cant hold both the old and new property title in their name at the same time and qualify for a reverse exchange, however, the IRS allows the title of a new property to be held by an outside entity until the old property is sold.

1031 exchanges can protect investors from capital gains taxes. They are also a way for investors to successfully grow their portfolios and see increased returns on their investments. But it is important to note that they are complex deals in nature because the tax code has many intricate details. Therefore it is best to work with a partner who has thorough knowledge of both the exchange process and who knows how to navigate the process seamlessly.

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Perfectmoney – the Perfect Way to Save Big

In the wake of special economical circumstances, every sane person is after his hard earned cash. At a time when he wants to meet his basic needs, he wants to be smart in saving also. Saving has taken a new form and many different ways are introduced to save the cash while you shop. As a modern man, having the right understanding of current economical changes, you are aware that the new methods like perfectmoney are the best ways to save cash. Whether you are buying grocery or purchasing new clothes, your every shopping can help you save if you know how to save in new style.

How it Works

Simply buy perfectmoney vouchers. These vouchers are bought with a limited amount of cash. For example you get a $50.00 voucher and go for your weekly shopping to the grocers. Everything that you need must cost you within these fifty bucks. Here you can plan what to buy and what to leave. Contrary to your credit card, you do not go outside the boundaries of your weekly budget no matter what. A credit card is swiped and whatever the bill is gets paid.  You pick from the shelves what sounds reasonable and necessary for your pantry and add it to the cart. At the cashier counter you will make the payment through your credit card and do not even feel of having spent more. With a voucher you keep alert from the moment you fill your cart and pick only what is really needed at home without any fears of spending extra cash.

Saving in a Creative Way

If the modern creative way of saving is making sense to you make a perfectmoney account. With this account active and operating, you can get a shopping voucher. Using it is easy and advantages are many. With an e-voucher you can shop from online stores with same advantages as you do from your physical store.  A plethora of websites sell goods that you need on unbelievably low prices. Instead of searching in a physical store for your favorite shoes or apparel, visit online outlets and browse in a fraction of time all the categories you need and find your favorite pick. Sometimes you can reap double benefits of using these vouchers online. This is when a website is offering promo codes for further discount on the total shopping bill or on a certain product price.  You save cash because of the offer at the website and save again when you pay the cash through your voucher.

No Extra Charges

Websites selling goods and online stores offer very friendly style of saving on the total bill paid through your e-voucher.  Many websites offer a refund of your cash if you have used an e-voucher for the payment. With the passage of time, more and more outlets and stores are accepting these new vouchers. So, exchange perfectmoney and stop using your traditional credit card and enjoy many perks of shopping and saving at the same time.   

Given the hectic pace of modern life

Given the hectic pace of modern life, property hunting can be a real challenge if one has to go looking at buildings in different neighbourhoods. Imagine how much interest you can generate in properties by offering your clients access to a virtual medium that offers an up close view, almost as if they were seeing it in person. By offering 360° images of properties you are selling or renting out, you can offer your clients just that kind of flexibility by letting them look at potential homes or investments without having to set foot inside. When they do decide to visit a property, it is for all the right reasons. This also increases the number of options your clients can explore, thereby generating genuine interest in suitable properties.

The concept of Property virtual tour hosting has been around for some time now. However, the process of executing a 360° image used to be rather complicated and required professional precision. Well, not anymore. Today, your agency can create a real wow factor with 360°images using relatively inexpensive, albeit specialised, camera equipment.

Innovation is the best approach for enhancing your market share, and right now, 360° photography is an innovative concept. Eventually, the novelty will wear off and 360° photos will be commonplace. Now is the time to seize the moment and ride ahead of the curve. This will not only help in enhancing your customer base but also have vendors queuing up at your agency to have their properties listed with you. By putting up 360° images of properties online, you also expand the outreach of your property listings. A potential buyer sitting in a different geographical location can access these properties and close a deal with you, thus, giving you a definitive edge over your competitors who may be still operating locally.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. What could be a better way to present a property to a potential buyer than 360° images! Allowing your clients to size-up a property, look at it for as long as they like and revisit it as often as they want, through these images, stimulates their imagination. The freedom to assess a property without any pressure can motivate them to physically inspect it and close a deal.

Irrespective of our backgrounds, the need for property – be it a house, office, storage space – remains universal. However, managing a property can be frustrating when there is damage to take care of and no one to be held accountable. And then there are incidents of clients arranging appointments for inspections only to back out because the property is just not what they had in mind. You can change all of that by letting us create some stellar 360° images for your properties.

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By Brunson Stafford
WBS Public Relations Founder

Manuka honey is made by bees that feed on the flowers of the manuka bush, also known as the “Tea Tree,” in New Zealand. In Australia, the tree used to make manuka honey is called the “Jellybush.” The finest-quality manuka honey, with the most potent antimicrobial properties, is produced from hives in wild, uncultivated areas. The honey is distinctively flavored, darker, and richer than other honey. The curative properties of honey have been known to indigenous cultures for thousands of years, and dressing wounds with honey was common before the advent of antibiotics. Today, manuka honey is used in many industries, including the fashion industry.

New Zealand’s Maori were the first people to identify the healing properties of manuka, and some of their remedies and tonics are still used today. In recent tests conducted at Sydney University’s School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences, manuka honey killed every type of bacteria, including antibiotic-resistant “superbugs.”

The antibacterial properties of honey occur as a result of two activities. First, there is hydrogen peroxide, which is found in all honeys, including manuka. An enzyme in honey called “glucose oxidase” triggers this activity. Initially, bees added this enzyme to pollen in order to turn the pollen into honey. This enzyme breaks down the glucose into gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is a disinfectant that has been used in the medical field for years. Unfortunately, it is unstable in the presence of air and light, making it difficult to store and use. However, in honey it is stable and released little by little, which makes it easier to store and use.

The second of these two activities is the non-peroxide activity (NPA).Manuka honey has been shown to contain something else that leads to an antibacterial effect, non-peroxide activity, which is not found in all honeys.

Honey is ranked based on the amount of this antimicrobial agent it contains. There are three ways of grading manuka honey, and all of them attempt to reflect the quality of honey by measuring its antibacterial properties: UMF, MGO, and A (Active).

1) UMF (Unique Manuka Factor, trademarked in New Zealand) refers to the non-peroxide activity in honey. UMF ranges from 10 to 25, the higher the rating, the more potent and, of course, the more expensive the honey.

2) MGO (Methylglyoxal) is a toxic compound that is found in high concentrations in manuka honey (up to 1,000 times greater than in other honey, according to German researchers), and it is considered to give manuka its antiseptic edge. Professor Thomas Henle of the University of Dresden, Germany discovered MGO in 2008. He determined that methylglyoxal gives Manuka honey its unique antibacterial properties.Dietary Methylglyoxal is resistant to heat, body fluids, light, and enzymatic activity, and it is thus considered quite stable. This is why this compound found in manuka honey can be considered superior to the glucose oxidase enzyme, which is found in all honeys, creating the hydrogen peroxide antibacterial activity.

3) The best way to express the quality of manuka honey is by using the grade A or “Active” manuka. It expresses the existence of antibacterial activity, either peroxide or non-peroxide activity, or even both of them.

Not all manuka honey has peroxide activity, and not all manuka honey has non-peroxide activity. There are some manuka honeys that have both, but some have little or none. Manuka honey is also influenced by seasonal variation, with both types of activity being individually either present or absent in any particular honey season.

The Active grade is used more in the USA and Canada. The producers who use Active grade, followed by a number, also take into consideration some other factors that define a honey’s quality: live enzymes, pollen count, chemical/residue analysis, antioxidant levels, the raw status or unpasteurisation process, and various other photochemical factors found in manuka honey.

What also makes manuka honey different is its amazing nutritional profile. Regular raw honey is already known for its tremendous nutritional and immune boosting abilities. Generally speaking, typical raw, unfiltered honey is a rich source of amino acids, B vitamins (B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid), calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc. With manuka honey, the nutritional content is up to four times that of other flower honeys.

Manuka honey’s health benefits have been touted in the natural health world for a long time, and even more so in recent years because a growing body of research is starting to support thousands of years of folk medicine use. Some of the uses for manuka honey include:

1. SIBO, Low Stomach Acid, Acid Reflux

Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), low stomach acid, and acid reflux go hand-in-hand. Because of manuka honey’s known natural antibiotic qualities, it is a great medicine for any bacteria-related disorder. In fact, in a recent study, one dangerous bacterium was related to all three conditions. For example, the bacteria Clostridium was found to be quite susceptible to manuka honey’s antibacterial effects. Thus, taking manuka honey is quite beneficial in reducing acid reflux, balancing your digestive system, and generally healing stomach and intestinal imbalances.

2. Acne and Eczema

Manuka honey has shown great results in treating acne and eczema. Taking into account its proven antimicrobial and healing properties, it makes sense to assume that honey can help with these skin conditions. Most people claim that applying honey on affected areas for a few minutes and then washing it off with gentle soap and water usually does the trick.

3. MRSA, a Type of Staph Infection

You’ve probably heard of the superbug that has plagued hospitals the past several years: methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (or MRSA). Evidentially, antibiotic overuse and drug ineffectiveness has caused certain strains of Staph to become virtually indefensible using typical hospital and nursing home medical protocols. MRSA spreads so rapidly that most people affected by it end up getting so infected that they require invasive procedures or devices such as surgeries, artificial joints, or intravenoustubing to save their lives.

Scientists have discovered that manuka honey down-regulates the most potent genes of the MRSA bacteria. Some scientists now suggest that regular topical use of manuka on cuts and infections (especially in hospital and nursing home settings) may keep MRSA naturally at bay. EDITOR’S NOTE: What do you mean “at bay?” Does it cure the infection or merely keep it from spreading? Are you being vague intentionally?

4. Burns, Wounds, and Ulcers

According to a recent article in the Jundishapur Journal of Natural Pharmaceutical Products, “The use of honey leads to improved wound healing in acute cases, pain relief in burn patients, and decreased inflammatory response in such patients.”

Moreover, because of its rich antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory characteristics, manuka honey has been shown to prevent infection in people with venous ulcers. It has also been used quite effectively as a wound dressing to promote rapid, improved healing.

5. Tooth Decay and Gingivitis

Several studies have come out recently describing how manuka honey can help cure gingivitis and periodontal disease. Due to its superior antimicrobial properties, researchers from the School of Dentistry, University of Otago (Dunedin, New Zealand) discovered that chewing or sucking on a manuka honey product not only caused a 35% decrease in plaque, it led to a 35% reduction in bleeding sites in people suffering from gingivitis.

6. Irritable Bowl Syndrome

When evaluating the effect that manuka honey has on experimentally induced inflammatory bowel disease in rats, researchers from Chandigarh Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research discovered that all the treated groups showed reduced colonic inflammation. Manuka honey not only healed intestinal inflammation and pain, but it also repaired free radical damage and protected against further damage.

7. Sore Throats and Immunity

Data published in the Journal of Leukocyte Biology suggested that manuka honey stimulates the immune cells that stop the growth of sore throat-causing Strep bacteria. It is no wonder that so many people benefit almost instantly from taking a spoonful of manuka honey when they don’t feel well. The National Cancer Institute recently approved manuka honey to be used to heal inflammation in the throat from chemotherapy.

8. Allergies and Sinusitis

There are many anecdotal accounts of people receiving allergy relief after eating honey. In recent studies, honey was found to kill the bacteria that cause chronic sinusitis. So, taking manuka honey on a regular basis can really help your seasonal allergies and lessen your need for medications.

9. Beauty Treatment and Health Booster

Taken daily, honey has an elixir effect that boosts energy and enhances quality of life. Because of its nutrient dense profile, it boosts vitality and youthful energy, and it has been known to improve skin tone and texture. It can be used in a homemade face wash to exfoliate and fight free radicals in the skin; as a shampoo or a hair mask to boost the shine of your hair; and as a detoxification drink to get the most benefits inside and out.

10. Improves Sleep

Manuka honey helps to promote restful deep sleep. It slowly releases the glycogen needed for essential bodily functions during sleep. Adding honey to milk at bedtime helps the body release melatonin into the brain, which is necessary for deep sleep.

There are many health disorders associated with poor sleep, such as heart disease, type II diabetes, stroke, and arthritis. Since honey is proven to aid in quality sleep, it also helps lower the risk of these and many other heath problems.

11. All-Natural Mood Booster

Forget the chemical-laden energy drinks. Manuka is made of pure carbohydrates such as glucose and fructose, which can support your body with short-term energy boosts. Adding it to your morning lemon water or tea, coupled with a healthy breakfast of protein and whole grains, can increase and support your energy levels.

The health and beauty benefits of manuka honey make this wonder food a serious must-buy. But a word of caution: make sure you’re getting the real deal. Proper manuka honey comes from New Zealand, and it will have a UMF (Unique Manuka Factor) rating of 10+ or more on its label. Cheaper imitations are likely to be less effective. Remember to read the labels properly and choose the best for your needs.

Brunson Stafford is the Founder And CEO / Director of Public Relations at WBS.

Please visit Brunson Stafford on his websites, or social media

FUNKY SUNGLASSES—The accessory that’s always been practical and fashionable

By Brunson Stafford
WBS Public Relations Founder

The earliest historical reference to sunglasses dates back to ancient China and Rome. The Roman Emperor Nero watched gladiator fights through polished gems. In China, sunglasses were used in the twelfth century, or possibly earlier. These sunglasses were made using lenses that were flat panes of smoky quartz. They offered no corrective powers nor did they protect from harmful UV rays, but they did protect the eyes from glare.

In prehistoric and historic time, various Eskimo tribes wore flattened walrus ivory “glasses,” which meant looking through narrow slits to block harmful reflected rays of the sun.

Modern civilization began experimenting with tinted lenses in spectacles around 1752. It was believed that blue or green-tinted glass could potentially correct specific vision impairments. Protection from the sun’s rays was not a concern at this time. Glasses tinted with yellow-amber and brown were also commonly prescribed for people with syphilis in the nineteenth and early twentieth century because one of the symptoms of the disease was sensitivity to light.

In the early 1900s, sunglasses became more widespread, especially among movie stars. Famous actresses used shades to avoid recognition by fans and paparazzi, but also because they often had red eyes from the powerful arc lamps that were used with slow speed film stocks.

The 1920s and 1930s brought about the mainstream use of sunglasses. Sam Foster introduced inexpensive mass-produced sunglasses in 1929, finding ready consumers on the beaches of Atlantic City, N.J. Polarized sunglasses hit the market in 1936 after Edwin H. Land experimented with making lenses using his patented Polaroid filter. In 1938, Life magazine called sunglasses a “New fad for wear on city streets…a favorite affectation of thousands of women all over the U.S.” It stated that 20 million pairs of sunglasses were sold in the United States in 1937, but estimated that only about 25% of American wearers actually needed them to protect their eyes

The cat eye style of sunglasses swept in during the 50s, with Marilyn Monroe notably rocking the look of the times. The trend made its way into Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1961, making Audrey Hepburn and Holly Golightly style icons for years to come.

The 1960s also brought about the big, bold look in sunglasses. Along with the decade’s tie-dye, flared jeans, and mod patterns came huge, bug-eyed sunglasses in both circle and square shapes. Former First Lady and fashion icon Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was known to rock these statement shades.
The “Flower Child” style of sunglasses emerged in the 1970s. The laid-back vibe of the 70s included all different kinds of sunglasses—big, plastic, wire, and even rimless frames were in style. Fading lenses also became fashionable, as worn by Diane Keaton in Annie Hall and Jane Fonda in Klute.

Perhaps one of the most fun decades of fashion, the 1980s, allowed women to get even louder with their glasses. Teased hair and leg warmers went with eccentric sunglasses in colorful, plastic frames. Princess Diana often opted for big, white sunglasses, while Molly Ringwald wore a bright red pair in Pretty in Pink. Then in the 1990s, tiny, wire frame sunglasses became popular, as worn by singer Britney Spears and the female stars of sitcoms such as Friends and Seinfeld.

Today, sunglasses remain an ever-changing, multimillion dollar industry. Including frames, sunglasses, and contact lenses, the total industry is worth roughly $90 billion, and it is projected to hit $140 billion by 2020. Of this market, sunglasses represent 40% of total purchases. For the sunglasses industry, branding has been critical for success. The ability of a company selling sunglasses to effectively market itself and articulate its value proposition to its prospective customers is critical for sales. Branding is often the determining factor, and it can make the difference between a company’s success or failure. Companies that brand effectively can achieve success and even dominance in the industry. While branding is important for public relations and marketing and sales for most companies, it can have a huge impact in the sunglasses industry.

In an age of growing technology, sunglass quality and innovation is becoming crucial for the industry. Branding is only valuable if it maintains the integrity of the company by only projecting true facts. Branding without quality might help you make initial sales, but when people realize your quality is low they will stop buying your products. Quality sunglasses need to be durable and promote healthy vision.
Branding is critical for sunglass companies. With so many companies providing a similar product and value proposition, often what distinguishes one from another is the ability to sell itself. One company dominates the industry and is able to charge ridiculous prices for sunglasses just because their product bears a sticker with their name. This company is a large part of why frames can cost upwards of $500, even though the product itself costs $25 to manufacture. How are they able to charge so much with such high margins? The answer is monopoly. Most sunglasses are manufactured by the same company: Luxottica. Headquartered in Italy, this company creates sunglasses and frames for Prada, Dolce &Gabbana, Tiffany, Versace, Oakley, and a variety of other vendors.

Companies such as Oliver Peoples, Ray Ban, and Chanel are able to charge so much for a simple pair of sunglasses because people are buying the brand name. When people trust a brand and see it as valuable, they will desire products with that brand. By building a strong brand, Luxxottica has been able to expand out of the sunglasses industry and into technology. The company now makes Google Glass, which is expected to become increasingly popular in 2016. Currently, over 500 million people around the globe wear glasses made by Luxottica. Brand dominance has earned the company 80% control of major sunglasses brands, which is part of a total $28 billion eyeglasses industry. Needless to say, the company’s profits are tremendous. Because the company has control over so many different chains, it is able to set whatever price it wants.

While Luxottica owns a majority of the market, Safilo Group trails behind as a distant second. This company holds licenses for Fendi, Celine, Dior, and Marc Jacobs, and it earned $1.33 billion in revenue this past year, which is a mere fraction of Luxottica. On the tail end of the spectrum are De Rigo, Marchon Eyewear, and Marcolin, holding licenses with Calvin Klein, Chloe, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Valentino. However, all of the other eyewear producers combined don’t add up to the revenue that Luxuttica brings in annually.

For the sunglasses industry, fashion is huge. The appearance of sunglasses can greatly impact sales and revenue for the company. The style and look of the sunglasses play a large role in whether a customer will purchase them, but sunglasses are more than just decoration for your face. Buying proper sunglasses can mean protecting your eyes versus the risk of sun damage. In fact, sunglasses without proper protection can cause cataracts and skin cancer on the eyelids.

By maintaining high quality products and consistently standing behind their brand, companies are able to succeed in their related industries. Given the similarity in materials and the relative simplicity of the products, brand marketing has an enormous impact on consumer evaluation of the products. Learning from this, we must know how to emphasize our own company brands, in order to use them as tools to gain new clients.

Brunson Stafford is the Founder And CEO / Director of Public Relations at WBS.

Please visit Brunson Stafford on his websites, or social media

Dentist: A Professional That Promotes Oral Health

Dentists diagnose and handle problems of the teeth and tissues in the mouth, making sure quality care is given to patient to prevent future issues. They offer dental health teaching that includes diet, brushing, flossing, and the use of fluorides. They continue to spread dental health care to make sure that their teachings are being practiced. It’s a smart career move to be a dentist in Heliopolis because of the large number of dentists who are nearing retirement age in our country and demands for new dentists are expected.

Dentists or Richmond Dentists for that matter are health-care practitioners properly trained to provide services that maintain, promote and restore good oral health. Dentists in the United States face stiff competition for available spots in dental school, and about 75 percent of graduates eventually establish a solo practice and have their own clinic according to Labor survey.

Most dental offices are open up to five days a week but they do can extend even on weekends depending on the needs of the patients. Some dental clinics may stay open for nights to accommodate patient schedules and depending on their negotiations. Usually a full-time dentist in Heliopolis works up to 40 hours a week but newer dentists work more than the usual working hours. Experienced and established dentists work fewer hours.

Dentists also can undergo some specialization in different aspects of oral care like an Orthodontists focus on straightening the teeth using braces. Oral surgeons perform procedures and Pediatric dentists specialize in dentistry for children.

If you choose to become a dentist, you need to attend at least two years of college before applying to a dental school and after that you need to finish a four-year curriculum in which during the final two years of dental school they must undergo in on-the-job training. The work experience usually occurs at a dental clinic like Richmond cosmetic dentistry and involves treating patients while a licensed dentist supervises their work.

Dentists are some of the highest income earners in the United States and most can make $100,000 a year. Dentists prefer to work in private practices and the good thing about it you have higher salary, you manage your own time and you can choose the medical benefits you want and for your employees.
Regular meetings and serving patients from all avenues of life and endorsing dental health is a fulfilling occupation for these dentists, their work bring personal pleasure to them.

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So we had some friends of the family stay over this past weekend, and we all started talking about some funny skits that we could film. We were laughing so hard, and Kamri really had fun with it!

This spoof on dating was one that we just HAD to do, because many of you girls will be able to relate! Not that y’all are dating, and we just began ourselves, but that we all notice a few subtle vain behaviors from some of the guys at school. Obviously, we exaggerated those behaviors here… but didn’t you think K-Swag and Danger Dan did a nice job showing us the “dont’s” of dating?

With all the technology we have today, it’s important to remember that “social” existed long before “social media”. So lets brush up on our manners, and verbal/physical social skills and get dating back to what it should be! lol

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