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Tipping vs. Begging: Where’s the Line?

Those of us who've worked in the service industry understand the joys of receiving a good tip. But even if you never worked a job where gratuities are expected, chances are you recognize several circumstances where you should tip someone

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Are Mandatory Gratuities Unfair? [POLL]

I was at a restaurant last night when I noticed something in small print at the bottom of the menu. This policy of automatically including a 20% gratuity on your bill for larger parties didn't affect me since it was just my fiancee and me, but I hate when restaurants do this.

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Where Are Best And Worst Tippers For Food Delivery?

When you're in a sitdown restaurant with table service, everyone knows the rules. 15% tip if you're old school, 20% tip if you've adjusted to the 'new normal.' What, though, are the rules when sending out for a pizza or Chinese?

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Who Do You Tip During the Holiday Season?

It's that time of year again, when we craft our budgets right down to the last dime, figure out how much we can afford to get the kids for Christmas plus meet all our other financial obligations, then scream "OH CRAP" when we realize we didn't factor in all the tipping we're expected to do every year.

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Waiter Gets Fired After Complaining About Tip

The subject of tipping comes up pretty frequently on the show. If you go out, chances are you're going to encounter a situation in which you're expected to tip.

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Would You Prefer A Non-tipping Restaurant?

By Bill Doyle

Tipping may be on the way out at restaurants, but, then again it may not.

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tip cup (flickr user Marcin Wichary)
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Just How Generous Are NJ Tippers?

Who says we’re not generous in New Jersey? In a recent poll taken by  more than 2,300 Americans by CouponCodes4U.com has found that New Jersey is second only to New York as the most generous tippers in the US, tacking on a

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Is a $10 Tip Enough to Give a Pizza Delivery Driver Who Delivered 85 Pizzas Worth Almost $1,500? [POLL]

In tipping, the rule of thumb for me was always to give 20% of the bill before taxes.

However, that would change when it came to delivering something to the house, or if a service person came over to perform a task like fixing the washing machine

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Is a Thirty Percent Tip Too Much for Restaurant Customers to Pay? [POLL]

It seems as though the restaurant industry is pushing for a higher percentage as the standard for tipping when you want to go out to eat.

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Have You Ever Stiffed Or Under-Tipped Your Waiter Or Waitress? [POLL]

How bad does service have to be before you consider stiffing or under-tipping a waiter or waitress? There's good service, there's mediocre service and then there's dreadful service. When I was in high school, I used to work for tips at a golf course, and although I wasn't waiting tables, I understood what it took to get a good tip out of a customer

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