MONEY MORAL DILEMMA: Should Jack claim cashback at his company's expense?
This week's Money Moral Dilemma
Jack works as an event planner. As part of his job, he often has to make purchases and already does it via a cashback card, so he gains before he claims back.
Now he's realised that often he could buy the same things at the same price, through web cashback sites too (see Cashback sites article for details) earning even more back. Should he claim the cashback points for himself, since his employer won't be losing anything, or would this be cheating it?
Would it make any difference if Jack had a company credit card instead and used this via the cashback sites?
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