Bonnie Gringer
Bonnie is the Online Marketing Manager and Content Developer at TMX Finance. She loves boating, writing, inventing, designing and most of all her family, friends and the amazing people she gets to work with each day. Her focus has been in developing and optimizing content for B2B and B2C industries such as Finance, Real Estate, Mortgage, Home and Family.

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What is the best restaurant in every state, according to Yelp reviews? Since 2004, the Yelp website has been receiving five-star reviews from restaurant enthusiasts in every major US city. What does their data show us? It shows the most-reviewed restaurant on Yelp in each major city of every state. So where are the most . . .

Those attempting a 1,500-calories-a-day diet, be warned: The following infographic may be upsetting! We’ve scanned the most popular fast-food menus for 1,500-calories-per-day meals, and quite frequently, you can blow your entire calorie budget for the day in one sitting. What do 1,500 calories look like at fast-food restaurants? Here’s a hint of how fast you . . .

Who are the oldest people ever to have lived, and what are their secrets to longevity? If you’re looking to live a long and healthy life, it may be good to examine the characteristics of centenarians to find the common threads. What are some centenarian secrets? We’ve taken a closer look at the top 100 . . .

Lifestyle Discover the latest in media, entertainment, and trends, and how they influence how we dress, play, and live. Get inspired by a broad variety of topics and unique statistics that are often interesting, sometimes unusual, and often surprising.

Tax deductions aren’t just for the super-rich. Many deductions help middle and lower income individuals. Some of those deductions are common, like deducting auto expenses for business travel, and some are less commonly known, such as deducting the storage unit fees for your move. Then there are some downright, unusual deductions that are surprisingly acceptable (within the right . . .

What Is a Classic Car? Why We Define Classics as We Do (PDF): The Classic Car Club of America outlines their definition of classic cars as well as a rough estimate of their numbers in this short informational document. Why Do People Still Love Classic Cars? Is it nostalgia or beauty that attracts so many . . .

How long is the average commute to work? It depends on whether or not you live in a city, whether you use public transportation, and which state you’re in. While there may be outliers who blast music while sitting in their cars for hours at a time and those who work remotely, the average commute . . .

Those of us completing our tax returns this year may be scrambling to find some of the more obscure, hidden tax deductions to help us get a better refund, asking ourselves crazy questions: Can quitting smoking save you money on taxes? Can you claim pets on your taxes? What about all of the strange costs that . . .

  • * Maximum loan amount in Illinois is $4,000. Maximum loan amount in Mississippi is $2,500. Maximum loan amount in Tennessee is $6,500, assuming customer qualifies and accepts both the Pledge and Line of Credit. Minimum loan amount in California is $2,600.
  • ** Car title loans may require a credit check in California. Motorcycle title loan and pawn approval requires satisfaction of all loan eligibility requirements including a vehicle evaluation and a credit check.
  • *** To be approved for a title loan or pawn, you must be at least 18 years of age (19 in Alabama). Account approval subject to vehicle inspection, appraisal, and, if applicable, a credit check.
  • † Proof of income is required in Illinois, Nevada, some Texas locations, and California. In California you are also required to provide proof of residency, and a valid vehicle registration to obtain a loan.
  • ‡ Signature and personal loans are offered by an affiliate of TitleMax® and are currently only available in Florida. Account approval requires satisfaction of all loan eligibility requirements, including a credit inquiry, and, if applicable, motor vehicle appraisal.
  • § Refinancing of a competitor’s title loan is not available in Mississippi or Virginia. In Illinois, you are required to have reduced your original principal balance by 20% before refinancing. TitleMax®, TitleBucks®, and InstaLoan®, are not considered competitors. Please see a store associate for details.
  • - TitleMax® of Virginia, Inc. d/b/a TitleMax® is licensed by the Virginia State Corporation Commission, license number VTL-11.
  • - In Texas, TitleMax® acts as a Credit Services Organization to assist customers in obtaining a loan through an unaffiliated third party lender. Please see store associate for details. Please see Texas Schedule of All Fees.
  • - In GA, TitleMax® offers Title Pawns.
  • - In CA, Loans are made by TitleMax® of California, Inc., California Finance Lenders Law License No. 603K014.