It’s That Time Of Year Again, So Here’s Your Holiday Tipping Guide
It’s December now, which means anyone who provides any kind of service is going to have their hand out for an extra end-of-the-year tip.
—Babysitter. One night’s pay, plus a small gift from the child.
—Nanny. One week to one month’s pay, plus a small gift from the child.
—Daycare provider. $20 to $70 each, plus a small gift from the child.
—Child’s teacher. A gift.
—Coaches, tutors, music teachers, and dance teachers. A small gift from the child.
Home and Car Care:
—Housekeeper. One week’s pay or more, depending on how long they’ve been with you.
—Garbageman. $15 to $20 each. (–Does anybody really do this one anymore?)
—Parking attendant. $10 to $35.
—Gardener. $20 to $50.
—Snow plow guy. $20 to $50.
—Doormen. $25 to $100 each.
—Superintendent/custodian. $50 to $300.
—Porter/handymen. $10 to $50 each.
—Hairdresser. $20 to $100, plus a small gift.
—Manicurist. $10 to $50, plus a small gift.
—Personal trainer. $25 or the cost of one session.
—Dog groomer. Small gift.
—Dog walker or pet sitter. Cost of one to two weeks’ pay.
—Mailman. They can’t accept cash gifts, so a gift under $20.
—UPS or FedEx guy. A gift under $25.
—Paper carrier. $15 to $25 for daily delivery, $5 to $15 for weekend delivery.
He’re what some listeners say about end of the year tipping…