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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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Tipping is expected in all walks of service industry life and attitudes to it vary from country to country, turning the tradition of tipping into a minefield, with plenty of room for error.
If we understand how tipping points are reached, Gladwell believes we can use the information to market products, push for social change and even understand ourselves better.
It just goes to show that, despite a royal education, the young prince could still do with a few lessons on tipping etiquette.
People tipping with cash feel limited to the currency in their pockets.
com Holiday Tipping Survey found that approximately 1 in 4 people (24%) plan to spend more on holiday tips than last year.
8220;A tipping solution is long overdue [as] the tipping [space] has almost never been innovated .
For guidance, refer to The Original Tipping Page (www.
Customers appear to conform to tipping norms for social and emotional reasons, rather than rational ones-such as good service, a bonus, or as an incentive.
45B(b)(2), the "excess employer's social security tax" is taken into account only for tips received from customers in conjunction with providing food or beverage for consumption on the premises of an establishment at which tipping of employees serving the food or beverages is customary or for tips received from customers in connection with the delivery of food to the customer if the tipping by customers is customary.
A large food or beverage establishment is one that provides food or beverages for compensation on premises where tipping is customary and that generally has more than 10 employees.
Any employer who operates a large food or beverage establishment in which tipping is customary and where ten people or more are employed on a typical business day, must file Form 8027 each year for each such establishment.
The court, however, determined that the taxpayers gave 10% to 15% of their tips to the captains and that the formula should be reduced to 10% of tipping.