What is the best way to tip a housekeeper?

The answer depends on the situation.

In most situations, housekeepers are expected to maintain a home as well as provide care for their tenants.

Some of the most common tasks that housekeepers perform include cleaning, cooking, vacuuming, cleaning and maintenance.

Some people think that tip is not too high.

But in fact, housekeeping tips are typically well below the national minimum wage of $5.15 an hour.

Even in states where tips are not included in the minimum wage, the typical minimum wage is $7.25.

The average tip for a homekeeper in the U.S. is less than $1.30, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

A tip of that amount is not considered tip, even if the worker has to take the time to cook the food or do laundry, said Heather E. Sullenberger, a member of the National Restaurant Association’s minimum wage committee.

The federal minimum wage applies to all workers in the United States and is set by Congress and the President.

In states that don’t set their own minimum wage for tipped employees, the federal minimum is $2.13 an hour and some states also set their minimum wage at $1 per hour.

It varies from state to state.

For example, in Utah, the minimum wages are set at $9.25 an hour, while in Arizona, the state minimum is set at about $7 an hour because the state has a large number of restaurants.

But tips vary widely among states.

Some states set a minimum wage that is higher than the federal rate and some have a higher minimum wage.

A federal minimum-wage law is one that applies to workers in all industries.

The law requires that all workers be paid a minimum of at least $2 per hour and that all tipped workers at all businesses be paid minimum wage or less.

It also requires employers to give tips to all employees at all times.

However, tipped employees in certain industries have not been paid a wage for years and a majority of tipped workers are in retail, restaurants, hospitality, warehousing and food service, according a survey by the National Employment Law Project.

The National Restaurant Federation, which represents restaurants, estimates that only about 15 percent of restaurants in the country have tipped employees.

In addition, a federal minimum of $2 an hour for all tipped employees is not required in all states, said Tom Faulders, executive director of the Restaurant Opportunities Center, which has been lobbying on the minimum-wage issue for years.

The minimum wage in the states where tipped employees are not required to be paid at least the federal level is $4.13, which is not enough for most people to live on.

The U.K. has a minimum-work-hour law that sets the maximum hourly wage at 30 percent of the minimum pay for workers in most industries, he said.

It requires tipped employees to work 20 hours a week.

Most of the states that do not have a minimum hourly wage law set the minimum hourly rate at $8 an hour with a tip of $1 or less, said Linda B. Crain, president and CEO of the Service Employees International Union.

That tipped minimum wage will not be sufficient to cover basic living expenses and could be insufficient to cover a meal at a restaurant, she said.

“Tipped employees are a lot more likely to work part-time or less hours than full-time workers,” Crain said.

Many of the people who are tipped in some states are people of color and women, who often work fewer hours per week, said Mary Ann Lohr, president of the Center for Employment Law and Policy.

“Some people feel that it’s more of a ‘tipping problem,’ but it’s not a tip problem,” Lohro said.

Tips should not be considered a minimum income, she added.

The tipped minimum income threshold for tipped workers is $3.13.

The national minimum is a federal level minimum wage set at 25 percent of a worker’s annual earnings.

A $2 tipped minimum salary is equal to about $25,000 a year for a full- time employee, according the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

The full minimum wage can be higher than $2, according, and it depends on factors such as the size of the company, whether the employer is owned by a family, the size and type of the workforce and how many hours the worker works per week.

There are other tips, such as an annual bonus, that are often paid by companies that are owned by women and minorities, said Michael Zwilling, president-elect of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

The tips should be considered tips because they are considered compensation, said Steven M. Smith, executive vice president of tax and financial services for the National Association of Realtors.

The group supports raising the minimum tipped wage to $15 an an hour by 2021, but only if all