A 14-year-old science fair winner figured out how to save money with one of the smartest ideas I've ever heard.

Of course, they'll have to do roughly $1.4 billion in research before they can consider these claims.

For my junior high school science fair, I set up a solar system using Styrofoam balls. It was cliche and didn't win anything.

Luckily, Suvir Mirchandani didn't go that route.

Suvir won his local science fair by showing how much money the federal government could save ($400 million) simply by switching fonts on all their documents.

How simple is that? Too simple for Congress to understand, probably.

And the fact that he looks like McLovin from "Superbad" doesn't hurt.