Grocery Rewards Programs: Deep Discounts or Data Mining Risk?

Grocery Rewards Programs
(Image by Eddie Welker via CC BY 2.0 ) “Thank you for shopping here! Would you like to enroll in our shopper’s loyalty rewards program?” I am always puzzled when I hear this phrase after I pay my groceries at a supermarket counter. There was a time when I had a rewards card, loyalty program or shopper’s appreciation card from all of the major supermarkets. I believed I had to get one. What...

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Posted in: Food and Grocery, Money, Saving Money

Making Sense of Cents by Making More Dollars

Today, the side hustle game is strong. And, it’s not just the broke jokers that are looking for a way to earn extra cash on the side, either. Making sense of cents isn’t always easy. That’s why people from all walks of life are taking on gigs that veer outside of the typical 9 to 5 workday. You might be surprised to find out who all are signing up for work on the side. A survey conducted...

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Posted in: Personal Finance

Order Up! Your Complete Guide to How to Start a Restaurant

Are you an entrepreneur wondering how to start a restaurant? Now is a great time to consider this worthwhile business endeavor. Why? The average American eats out five times a week. Those in big cities — like Los Angeles, Dallas, New York City, Miami — eat out about 5.6 times per week. It’s safe to say that people are eating out often. And you can give them a place to call their “favorite.” It’s...

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