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Introducing Esso Rewards
On their website, Esso claims to have Canada’s largest fuel network, comprising more than 2,000 Esso and Mobil stations nationwide. With so many places to fill up, it should be fairly easy to accumulate and redeem Esso rewards, regardless of where you live. In this article, I’ll cover everything you need to know about Esso Extra Rewards, explain the connection between Esso Extra and PC Optimum, and show you how to maximize your earning potential by using gas rewards credit cards…
Talking about money can be awkward and uncomfortable. And, comparing yourself to your sister, brother, friends, neighbours, and coworkers certainly doesn’t help. The state of your finances does not determine what kind of person you are, and the topic is no longer taboo. So, why aren’t we talking more about money? Once you ask those lingering questions, you may get some much-needed answers. These next five questions are a good place to start.
How much should you tip?
How much should you be saving?
How much should you have in an emergency fund?
When should you start investing?
How often should you check your credit score?
1. How much should you tip?
With access to chip cards, tap, and mobile wallets, it is easier to pay for purchases without cash. This is great for goods, but what about services? It is customary to leave a 15 to 20% tip at restaurants, taxis and rideshares, and a few dollars for valets, hotel staff, and food delivery. Many forget to tip tattoo artists, estheticians, hairstylists, movers, and masseuses, but it is standard practice in these industries too…