Tipping your server in an eatery is normal despite the fact that is not lawfully required in the United States. There are standard sums that you ought to leave for good service. In different nations, tipping guidelines can change. It is your way to letting your server know whether he or she has made your experience enjoyable.

Did you know? Your waiters make $0 from salary sometimes.

Some states in the U.S. allow “tip credit” as part of a server’s min. wage of $7.25/hour. So their hourly pay can be as low as $2. After tipping their co-staff (buss boy, bartender, etc.), their paychecks can be $0. So if you don’t tip, they’re essentially paying themselves to serve you instead.

Average tip is 15%-20% in the U.S. Here’s a quick way on how to calculate 20% tip on your bill.


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Written by Ryan

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  1. Omar October 24, 2016 at 12:28 pm Reply

    Totally makes sense. Never thought about it from the waiters point of view. Great Article.

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