Financial Advice and Money Etiquette
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How to finesse sticky financial situations involving friends and family.
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Avoid sticky financial situations with this guide to money-lending etiquette.
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- Building superintendent: $20 to $100, depending on how responsive and helpful your super has been.
- Doorman: $20 to $100. If there are multiple doormen, $15 or more for each is fine; if you have only one, then the higher end of that range is more appropriate, especially if he is friendly and does a lot for you. The average holiday tip is $50.
- Elevator operator/other building staff: $20 to $50. Check with your building association to see if there is a holiday tip pool that is shared by all of the building’s employees.
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