I think all in all, you took the big chance on Groupon (I commend you on your efforts in growing your business). which in my own situation, wouldn't. In saying that, I believe you should keep track of everything in terms of total income from "Groupon" bookings and the total mileage driven giving you an estimate on wear and tear on cars and the gas expense, as well as the paying of drivers (even if you are a 1 man show, put it as though you are paying yourself a minimum of $20/hr). Track all of this and get profit and loss report on it and let us know how you did and pretty much use your scenario as a case study, in which all of us could learn from your situation with them being groupon. I say this, because no matter which way I spun it, I would end up losing money in the end, doesn't appear that way with you though..... The worst part being that what Wade said "Those Groupon users are nothing but bottom feeders", and I would be afraid of no repeat clientele or if they do they'll end up wanting the same BS deal, and they'll go somewhere else just looking for the next "deal" regardless of the service provided.