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Tip

Information given by one trader to another, which is used in making buy or sell decisions but is not available to the general public.

Tip

1. Information on a security, company, or anything else provided by one investor or trader to another that is not available to the general public, that can produce significant profits if it proves to be accurate. See also: Inside information.

2. See: Gratuity.

tip

Information unavailable to the general public that, if accurate, could produce extraordinary profits for an investor who acts on it in a security transaction.
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Kania's argument in favor of the acceptance of gratuities can also be criticized on other grounds.
What do the owners of the businesses offering the gratuities think?
The acceptance of gratuities provides an opportunity for corrupt intent, whether the intent is initially that of the giver or the receiver.
21) Kania, "Ethical Acceptability of Gratuities," 59.
Also, the FAR Gratuities Clause, found in most contracts and solicitations, allows contract termination if a contractor offered or gave a gratuity intending to obtain favorable treatment.
And absolutely no tipping is allowed, since gratuities are already factored into the price.
It won't decline government gratuities, such as use of public land, giveaways of surplus government supplies like ammunition and camping gear, and any other federal bequests.
13) for 1975 on organising the pensions and gratuities of the government employees, where the Committee highlighted that the basis of the proposal is to equate government employees with the employees in the private sector.
Cruise Holidays Luxury Cruise Counselors' clients receive prepaid gratuities.
It allows companies to plan for gratuities in a scheme that adds value for both company and individual.
Business secretary John Hutton ruled gratuities can no longer be used to top up pay to meet the national minimum wage.
A Target-related bonuses are not normally used when calculating gratuities.