Instead of leaving it to customers to decide how much to tip, restaurants are increasingly adding standard “service charges” to diners’ bills, so servers can depend on making more money, Mr. Hamilton said. Eighteen percent is common, he said, with the option for customers to increase the amount — butContinue Reading

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Over the last several years, we’ve noticed a trend in client objectives moving away from building a brand towards driving sales, increasing contributions or gaining clicks. It’s more about instant gratification than building a base for longer-term, positive growth. This is oftenContinue Reading

“The account would stay put, and could still be used to reimburse or pay for qualified medical expenses,” said Frank Fiorille, vice president of risk, compliance and data analytics at Paychex. But you can’t make new contributions, unless you open a new high-deductible plan elsewhere. Tally up vacation time, bonusesContinue Reading