HomeHeard it on the ShowThe Holiday Tipping GuideThe Holiday Tipping GuideMon, December 10, 2018 by Murphy SHARE NOW Hotel guest giving porter money for carrying her baggage Jodi shares HOW you should be tipping the people that help you all year long. The following comes from LEARNVEST For Those Who Help With Your Home Housekeepers: Up to the cost of one cleaning. If a head cleaner uses a team, consider tipping the teammates individually. Trash Collectors: If there are no local restrictions on tipping public-service employees, give $10 to $25 per person. Lawn Maintenance/Landscaper: $20 to $50 Pool Service: Equivalent of one week’s service Apartment Superintendent: $20 to $80. You can give more if you think he or she has done a stellar job this year. Doorman: $20 to $100. Whatever you give, consider giving each doorman the same amount to be fair. Parking or Garage Attendants: $10 to $50 Handymen, Exterminators, other Home-Service Providers: $20 to $100 For Those Who Take Care of Your Loved Ones Day Care Teacher: $20 to $70, plus a small gift from your child. School Teachers: Small gift or gift card. Avoid cash, in favor of contributing to a class gift or gift certificate. Don’t forget to gift the teacher’s aide or paraprofessional. Principal, School Nurse, School Secretary: Small gift or card. Bus Driver, Lunch Aide: $25 Babysitter: An evening’s pay, plus a small gift from your child. Nanny: One week’s to one month’s pay, plus a small gift from your child. Pet Sitter/Dog Walker/Groomer: A cash gift equivalent to one service. For Those Who Drop Off Your Packages U.S. Mail Carrier: Per federal regulations, you can only give them a gift worth $20 or less. UPS/FedEx Delivery Person: $20 to $25, or a small gift. FedEx drivers are allowed to receive tips and gifts under $75. While UPS prefers drivers to receive gifts, it leaves it up to the customer’s discretion. Newspaper Delivery Person: $10 to $30 For Those Who Help With Your Self Care Hair Stylist: $50 to $100, or a tip or gift card equivalent to one visit. With personal care, a tip should be based on the frequency with which you see a particular professional — consider giving a higher tip to a hair stylist or other professional you see every four to eight weeks. Nail Technician: $25 to $50, or a small gift. Personal Trainer: Up to the cost of one session. Masseuse: Up to the cost of one session, or a small gift. Want to hear more? When you follow the podcast on iTunes or the Google Play store, you get exclusive stuff you won’t hear on the show! (It’s FREE to subscribe) And while you’re at it… be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.