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Plastic Surgery Tops the List of Things to Do with a Tax Refund

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Plastic Surgery Tops the List of Things to Do with a Tax Refund

The average taxpayer received a refund of $2,797 last year, according to the IRS. While many chose to sock away these funds, others put this “extra money” toward a big-ticket item like mortgage payment, vacation, and even – you guessed it – plastic surgery!
A new survey conducted by RealSelf.com notes that 13 percent of respondents said they used all or part of their previous tax refunds to pay for plastic surgery or cosmetic procedure. A full one-third of those surveyed said they actually scheduled their procedures to coincide with their scheduled refund.
This year, about 20 percent of people surveyed said they planned to use their refunds to help fund a procedure. This money is going toward some of today’s most popular procedures, including rhinoplasty, hair transplants for men, breast augmentation, and liposuction.
Tax refunds are generally viewed by the public as “extra” or “found” money, which is why many people choose to splurge on a treat when their check comes around. Plastic surgery can enhance your appearance can be a great way to reinvest in you! Give us a call today to learn more about our most popular procedures – and how you can finance them through your trusty tax refund!

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