Here's How Much to Tip Everyone in your Life

Tipping Guidelines to Consider

SERVICE PROVIDERHOW MUCH TO TIP

Babysitter, mother's helper: Average day/evening pay for regular sitters, plus a small gift from your kids

Barber:  Cost of 1 session

Bartender:  $20 to $40 for someone you see regularly

Day care staff:  $25 to $50 per staff member, plus a small gift from your kids

Dog walker, dog groomer:  Cost of 1 session or 1 week's pay

Doorman:  $25 to $100

Hairdresser or colorist:  Cost of 1 session

Housekeeper or cleaner:  Cost of 1 session (median tip from our survey was $50)

Kids' coach:  Small gift from your kids

Landscaper:  Cost of 1 session or $20 to $50 for infrequent service

Live-in help:  1-2 weeks' pay

Manicurist:  Cost of 1 session

Newspaper carrier:  $10 to $20

Nursing home/assisted living staff:  $10 to $20 per staff member (where allowed), or food gift for the group

Parking garage attendant:  $10 to $20 for someone you see regularly

Postal worker:  Non-cash gift worth $20 or less (U.S. Postal Service guideline)

Senior care aide:  $25 to $100, depending on frequency of care

Teacher, teacher's assistant:  Small gift from your kids

Waiter/waitress:  $20 to $40 to someone you see regularly

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