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The Ultimate Guide for Holiday Tipping Etiquette

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Amari D. Pollard of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 12: Those who help you the most day-to-day should be at the top of your list, says Sharon Schweitzer, cross-cultural and international etiquette expert at The Protocol School of Washington. This could be anyone from a nanny to a housekeeper to a hairstylist. These are the individuals who work really hard to make your life more convenient and they deserve to be recognized.

Who should get a holiday tip?

Those who help you the most day-to-day should be at the top of your list, says Sharon Schweitzer, cross-cultural and international etiquette expert at The Protocol School of Washington. This could be anyone from a nanny to a housekeeper to a hairstylist. These are the individuals who work really hard to make your life more convenient and they deserve to be recognized.
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