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What follows is a bunch of legal stuff that helps protect you (and us).
FTC Disclosures and Affiliate Information
Here at RestaurantAccounting.net, I try to be as transparent as possible. I started this website because I’m sincerely interested in helping restaurant owners and operators live and work better. I will continue to provide awesome free content as long as I have readers who benefit from it.
Of course, I try to monetize this website in a couple of different ways to keep the lights on at the RA HQ and keep producing great content. One of the ways I monetize this site is by participating in affiliate programs.
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RestaurantAccounting.net participates in a number of affiliate programs, including Amazon Associates, ShareASale, RewardStyle, and more. I make an effort to disclose the presence of affiliate links on relevant pages/posts, but it’s safe to assume links on this site are affiliate links.
I never promote anything that I haven’t used personally and/or researched extensively. My goal is to connect you with like-minded companies and high-quality products that you would be proud to own and that will improve your life.
If you contribute to my affiliate earnings, I really appreciate your support. If you’d prefer not to click on affiliate links, that’s okay too (it’s totally up to you).
Amazon Associates Program
Restaurant Accounting is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.