Holiday tips Who, what, and how much

December 2007
Consumer Reports;Dec2007, Vol. 72 Issue 12, p52
The article offers an analysis of holiday tipping and discusses who should be tipped and how much should they receive. The results of a Consumer Reports National Research Center poll are provided and list how much people give to their apartment superintendents, child-care provider, gardeners, hairdressers, mail carriers, manicurists, and sanitation collectors.


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