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Ultimate guide to tipping in every holiday situation

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Ultimate guide to tipping in every holiday situation

Rossen Reports: Ultimate guide to tipping in every holiday situation

Hi. Yeah, we’re continuing our tipping series today. Tipping is even harder around the holidays. You wanna be generous, but you’re also trying to stay in your budget. So to start off, I want you to make *** list of people who will help you throughout the year. Right. That’s helpful. Then prioritize them by how big of *** difference they make in your life. Who you see the most often? How long you’ve known them? Here are *** few people that you may wanna think about. First your child’s teacher or tutor. *** generous tip is around $25. That could be in the form of *** gift, cash. Everyone loves cash or *** gift card to *** restaurant or *** store. Maybe have your child ask the teacher, hey, where do you like to eat? If you have kids in daycare, you can tip the staff member there anywhere from $25 to $75 depending on how many hours your child is in daycare during the week. For the babysitter. Usually you can tip the car cost of one service. So if you pay them 45 bucks, typically if they come over for *** couple of hours, tip $45 maybe go *** little higher if they’re regulars or if you know, you wanna be in with them. So if you’re in *** pinch, they’re gonna come to you because you take care of them. Next your hairstylist. Barbara personal trainer, Manicurist. I don’t have one, *** solid tip. The cost of one service if you’re thinking about tipping your mail carrier, the US Postal Service says they can’t accept anything that exceeds $20 in value. So keep it under that and it can’t be cash, but you can give *** gift like candy, coffee mug gift card is ok, just as long as it can’t be converted to cash. Remember, these numbers are suggestions. You can choose whatever end of the tip scale you wanna be on base it on your own finances, base it on the service itself. I’m gonna post more of the holiday tip guide on my website Rawson reports.com. Back to you.

It’s the season of generosity, but with inflation so high, we’re all feeling the crunch on our wallets. When it comes to tipping, who should we tip, and how much? We’re continuing our Rossen Reports “Tip Guide” series and this time, we’re putting a holiday spin on it.Start by making a list of people who help you throughout the year. Prioritize the people who make the biggest difference in your life, who you see the most often, and how long you’ve known them. Here are a few people who may make your list and how money experts suggest tipping them:Child’s teacher or tutor: A generous tip is around $25 and that can be in the form of a gift, cash, or a gift card to a restaurant or store. Daycare staffer: You can tip the staff member at daycare anywhere from $25 to $75, depending on how many hours your child is in daycare during the week. Babysitter: Usually, you should tip the cost of one service. So if you pay them $45 for one babysitting session, tip $45. Maybe go a little higher if they are a regular babysitter or you can call them when you’re in a pinch.Hairstylist/Barber: The cost of one appointment/service you get.Personal trainer: The cost of one service.Manicurist: The cost of one service.Pet sitter/dog walker: The cost of one session. That could be anywhere from $50 to $200 in cash or a gift card, depending on frequency. Mail carrier: USPS says they can’t accept anything that exceeds $20 in value in one session. And they cannot accept more than $50 in a calendar year. The tip can’t be cash…but you can give a gift! Like candy or a coffee mug! A gift card is okay just as long as it can’t be converted to cash. Trash collectors: A generous tip is anywhere from $10 to $30 each.Apartment super/building manager: A good tip is anywhere from $50 to $200 depending on how much you see them and how much they do for you.Apartment doorman: Experts say you should tip them $50 to $200 especially if they deliver your packages and groceries.Remember, these numbers are suggestions from money experts. You can choose what end of the tip scale you should use. Base it on your finances and base it on the service itself.

It’s the season of generosity, but with inflation so high, we’re all feeling the crunch on our wallets.

When it comes to tipping, who should we tip, and how much? We’re continuing our Rossen Reports “Tip Guide” series and this time, we’re putting a holiday spin on it.

Start by making a list of people who help you throughout the year. Prioritize the people who make the biggest difference in your life, who you see the most often, and how long you’ve known them. Here are a few people who may make your list and how money experts suggest tipping them:

  • Child’s teacher or tutor: A generous tip is around $25 and that can be in the form of a gift, cash, or a gift card to a restaurant or store.
  • Daycare staffer: You can tip the staff member at daycare anywhere from $25 to $75, depending on how many hours your child is in daycare during the week.
  • Babysitter: Usually, you should tip the cost of one service. So if you pay them $45 for one babysitting session, tip $45. Maybe go a little higher if they are a regular babysitter or you can call them when you’re in a pinch.
  • Hairstylist/Barber: The cost of one appointment/service you get.
  • Personal trainer: The cost of one service.
  • Manicurist: The cost of one service.
  • Pet sitter/dog walker: The cost of one session. That could be anywhere from $50 to $200 in cash or a gift card, depending on frequency.
  • Mail carrier: USPS says they can’t accept anything that exceeds $20 in value in one session. And they cannot accept more than $50 in a calendar year. The tip can’t be cash…but you can give a gift! Like candy or a coffee mug! A gift card is okay just as long as it can’t be converted to cash.
  • Trash collectors: A generous tip is anywhere from $10 to $30 each.
  • Apartment super/building manager: A good tip is anywhere from $50 to $200 depending on how much you see them and how much they do for you.
  • Apartment doorman: Experts say you should tip them $50 to $200 especially if they deliver your packages and groceries.

Remember, these numbers are suggestions from money experts. You can choose what end of the tip scale you should use. Base it on your finances and base it on the service itself.

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