Affiliate Disclosure:

Ok so I’ve told you my life story, right? How I’ve been a numbers geek for most of my life? And how I taught my teddy bears to balance their checkbooks?

Well, I love helping people, especially moms to make their businesses more successful and profitable. I am hopeful that I will be a blessing to my readers, but also that I will be successful in my own business.

So, toward that end, some of my pages will have links to products that I love and I will make a small commission when you buy something using my links. While I may be compensated to do a review of a product, all opinions will be my own. That means if I hate it, I will tell you! If I absolutely love it, I will probably tell you about them more. If I use a product, and I think you should too, I will probably give you a link to buy it on Amazon. If I want to use a product, I will probably give you a link to it on Amazon.

Here’s the legalese: Amy Lanham dba Numbers and Company 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 or other Amazon sites.

I also use affiliate links to other services and products that I love, that are not listed here. I might also email you with special offers from some of my favorite companies. I will always let you know when I’m using affiliate links.

While you are never required to buy things using my links, I appreciate every single click. It helps pay for the website space, and hopefully will one day help me feed my kids and keep me from being homeless. Just kidding. Sort of.

Privacy disclaimer:

I hate spam. Like really hate it.

So you have my absolute promise that I will never, ever, ever, ever share your email with anyone. I do not share personal information with 3rd parties, nor do I store any information about your visit to this blog other than to analyze and optimize your content and reading experience through the use of cookies.

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Those yummy, chocolate-y morsels of goodness that just melt in your mouth? Oops. No the other kind of cookies.

Some of the advertising on my site is customized just for you by using cookies. These are small pieces of data that remember the webpages you have visited and your preferences for the site. You can always turn off cookies by changing the settings on your browser. But why would you? Like yummy chocolate-y cookies, internet cookies make life better.

I don’t pretend to be a tech guru, but if you have any questions, email me at amy {at} numbersandcompany.com, and I will do my best to answer your questions.