37.90 + 15% = 43.58
Gratuity at 15% = 5.68
The percentage of gratuity can vary in different parts of the country. Many people pay a 15 percent gratuity while in bigger cites people pay 20 or 25 percent. Unless a restaurant adds the gratuity to the bill, it is the choice of the customer as to what they pay.
The gratuity (tip) to give the wedding planner is 15% of the total bill.
AnswerThe question is somewhat confusing. "Tip" is another word for "gratuity". Many restaurants include a "gratuity" on the bill when serving a group of 6 or more. Once they have done that, you have no obligation to add any additional "tip". Naturally, a server or other individual who lives on tips will have a different perspective.To many of us, the mandatory tip (gratuity) is considered offensive and an insult. Since the tip has historically been voluntarily given to show gratitude for good service, the concept of adding a mandatory "gratuity" no longer means the same thing.Another perspectiveFifteen percent of $660 is $99. However, fifteen percent is a pretty cheap tip. Twenty percent ($132) would be more appropriate if you got good service.
You should check the contract. It probably specifies in there that they will add the gratuity.
No you can not, some restaurants have a tip-gratuity printed out on the bill stating how much to tip based on 10% to 30%.
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27 dollars... Your total bill would have been 162.00
The amount of the tip is 5.40 and the total bill would be 41.40
If the total of your bill is $249.10 and you want to leave a 15 percent tip it would be $37.37.
The total tax is $7.02 and the total price with tax is $94.77.
Well, it depends. Was there a menu? If there was, it may state somewhere on there that a % gratuity will be added to a bill. If that is printed ANYWHERE in the establishment, you don't have a tab to stand on.
It's the final amount. Let's suppose you bought something that cost $19.95 in a state where the sales tax is 8 percent. Your total bill would be $21.55.
15%, more or less, times the price, for example, your bill at a resutrant was 20$, then the tip would be 3$.
most places figure in a 18% gratuity to your final bill
It is legal to add gratuity to a bill. It should be a separate line item and the practice can usually be found in fine print on the menu or the hotel rules. That is why it is important to carefully read the bill. Most waiters are not going to call your attention to it being there hoping you will add even more to the tips.
The total bill would be 45.80 + (15% of 45.80) = 45.80 + (45.80 x .15) = 45.80(1 + 0.15) = 45.80 x 1.15 = 52.67
It is generally 15 percent of the total bill that you leave as a tip.
no, a tip or gratuity is not required, although it is expected if the service has been good. service fees range between 5 and 10% of the bill total (in restaurant's). tips to service people (garages, hotel staff etc.) are at your own discretion
The total tax is $24.50 and the total price with tax is $374.50
A service tip is simply called a 'tip' or 'gratuity' and one pays a waitress; waiter; bell boy in a hotel, etc., if their service is good. A service tip is generally 15% of the total bill, but can be less. If the service is poor then one can decide not to leave a tip.