The holidays aren’t just a time to show friends and family how much they mean to you.
It’s also a good time to tip those who work for you all year round.
Brian Benham, a financial professor from Benham Advisory Group, shared a guide with WISH on whether or how much to tip those people during the holidays.
Here are a few examples:
Child care: Tip your babysitter or nanny up to one night’s pay and give them a small gift from your child.
Teachers: You can also give your child’s teacher a small gift.
Beauty: Give your massage therapist, hair stylist or manicurist an extra tip.
Delivery services: If you have a regular UPS or FedEx driver, tip them $15 to $25 depending on how often you see them.
Restaurants: If you’re eating at a less expensive restaurant, a 40 percent tip is a nice gesture for the holidays.