You know you should tip your restaurant server and your hair stylist, but did you know you should also tip the sushi chef and airport shuttle driver? Bankrate.com has created a helpful guide on when you should tip, who you should tip and how much you should tip.

Dining Out: Restaurant wait staff: 13 percent to 20 percent

Takeout food: no tip is necessary, but if you receive some service, tip 1.00 or $2.00.

Hotel porter: $2 to $3 per bag
Room service with gratuity included: $2 if the server sets up the meal in your room
Room service without gratuity included: 20 percent
Housekeeping: $1 to $5 a day

Airport curbside check-in: $1 to $2 per bag and more for oversized bags
Taxis: 15 percent of the fare
Airport shuttle drivers: $2 to $3
Limousine drivers: 10 percent to 20 percent of the bill

Salon and Spa
Hairstylist: 10 percent to 20 percent
Barber: $2 to $3
Manicure/pedicure/facial: 15 percent
Massage therapist: 10 percent to 20 percent


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