The EMV liability shift means changes to the way customers tip at restaurants.
With chip cards, gratuities can't always be processed after the card has been ...
How to Tip Your Server at a Restaurant. Tipping your server in a restaurant is
expected, although not legally required, in the United States. There are
Jun 16, 2015 ... By MoneyTips. You have two options for tipping at a restaurant: Tipping in cash
or including the tip on your credit card. (Notice that there is no ...
Jan 4, 2016 ... For years, U.S. restaurant goers have experienced a fairly consistent tipping
process: Give a server your card and wait for your receipt, where ...
Tip Allowance: This is the predominant practice in the U.S. at table-service
restaurants and is suitable for server-station processing of the card-based
Aug 13, 2015 ... New microchip-embedded credit cards require restaurant patrons to enter a tip
on a bill before the transaction is authorized. Customers can key ...
In the U.S., the card is only needed once because charging a card is a multi-step
process, which includes authorization, charge and settlement and most point of ...
Jun 18, 2014 ... One thing you might not know about tipping is that restaurant servers might not
get as much of the tip if you leave it on your credit card.
Aug 7, 2014 ... A few days ago, the minimum wage in Minnesota increased for the first time in
years to $8/hour, putting it slightly above the federal minimum of ...
Oct 2, 2015 ... New microchip credit cards could change the way you tip at restaurants.