Tip Calculator is a free online calculator tool that Calculate how much to tip.
This is a great tool to find out how much you should pay for meals, freezing meals, cab, restaurant, waitress tips values and to get percent tip amount. This tool is very easy to use and is completely free
How to use this calculator
This tool is used by entering the amount of bill, the percentage to tip, the number of people and then click on calculate. The reset button is used to reset the values entered and then enter new values. The calculated values are cleared when you click on any of the input values, after clicking calculate button.
The calculator is simple and easy to use.
Should you tip? Yes, you should pay for a good service that is acceptable to you.
Who should get your tips? Just anyone in the service industry who perform good job, for instance taxi drivers, food restaurant workers, barbers, maids, bartenders and webmasters etc.
How much to give? Tipping value should be from 10% to 20%, but it can be more than that .
But if service delivered was not good, tip nothing and notify management. If the service was slow, give 10%. If service was ok, give 15%. If service was great, give 20%.
But if the service is slow it is not always the staff fault. But If you like the service and plan to return then the service was good enough that you should tip something. If the service was so poor that you plan not to give, then you should report to the appropriate person.
How do you figure the tipping amount without a calculator? You can calculate tips without Internet connection by using the formula steps provided.
calculating 15% = This gives 10% + 5%. So we calculate 10% of the amount and add it to the 5% to give you 15% .
To calculate 10% of the tipping amount, you just move the decimal place one to the left. For example, if the bill is $50.00 then 10% would be $5.00.
Then to figure out 5%, just take half of that, which would be $2.50.
So calculating 15% tipping, we have 10% which is $5.00 and 5% which is $2.50, add them together for a total of $7.50.
To calculate 20% = we add 10% of the amount and another 10% of the amount to give 20%
so 20% will be $5.00 plus another $5.00 to give $10.
if the dollar bill value ends at odd value such as $9.20 or something like 20.70, you round the amount to the nearest whole number, before you calculate.
15% - 20% of the total bill before taxes. This tipping should be done after taxes because servers thenselves tip out on the after tax amount.
Wine served with dinner
it is recommended to tip 15-20% of the total bill, including alcohol, even for expensive bottles of wine. However, but some restaurants recommends to tip around 10% for expensive wines.
15% - 20% of the tab or $1 for beer or wine, $2 for mixed drinks. You should pay your bar tab before leaving for your table.
If you order at the front and food is delivered to your table or once you have ordered, the seating and decor compare with a standard, sit-down restaurant, tip 5%-10%. If the food is delivered to your table only as a convenience, tipping may not be necessary.
Leave 5%-10% for good service or complicated orders, especially if the staff is hired and is dependent on tips.
If you have a waitress or waiter who takes your drink order and checks on you, $1-$2 is appreciated.
For business breakfasts, tip $1-$2. At high class hotel brunch buffets, 15%-20% frequently is the norm and sometimes automatically added.
Give $1 per coat
15%-20% of the pre-tax bill. It is recommended that tipping should be after taxes because servers thenselves tip out on the after tax amount.
For personal service from the wine steward, you may tip 10% of the wine bill.
Between $1 to 15% for normal service, more during rain, snow or other poor weather.
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