The tip calculator is what you need if you want to calculate the total bill and tip you need to pay. This calculator can also be useful for single payer and group payers who share bill tip. With the use of the latter tool, you can round up the total bill or the bill per person if there is more than one who needs to pay.

The single & shared tip calculator can be very useful if you want to have a quick and easy process of paying the tip and total bill. It is a more innovative way to make easy but reliable calculations.


Calculating a tip

The tip calculator can calculate the total amount that you must pay. It includes the tip according to your choice. Meanwhile, if there is a group of people that need to give their part for the shared bill, you can enter the number of people and split the bill and provide the amount of every person that they need to pay.

It is more convenient if you together with the service personnel to leave a whole banknote, so you will not wait for the small change. The calculator can support methods of rounding the bill to the nearest Euro, dollar, etc. to the nearest 5, 10, as well as 50 dollars.

The single & shared tip calculator can offer you and your friends with convenience in paying bills as well as for each contribution to a party. It can easily round up the shared tips and bills in a hassle-free way. The best about the tip calculator is that you can use it if you go alone or with friends in a coffee house, pizza place, restaurant, valet parking, porter or bellman, maid, coat checker, bar, tip a taxi, dealers on table games and more.

On a mathematical basis, the tip calculator can calculate the percent of a particular base. In this situation, the base will be the presented bill, and the tip is the percent that you must add to it.


Simple tip formula

The formula of calculating tip is very simple. You can use this formula: Bill x (100 + &Tip) 100, so if your tip is around 20% on a $100 restaurant bill, it can be $100 x (100 + 20) / 100 = $100 x120/ 100 = $120.


Share tip calculation

In the shared tip calculation, you must calculate first the simple tip. Then, you can divide it by the number of people that will pay the bill. So, for example, if 3 people share a bill of $100 and a tip of 20%, then it will be $120/3 =$40 each. However, if the number is not whole, it is best to round it up with the use of the tip calculator.


How much tip should you have in various situations?

The following are some cases that will guide you in giving a tip. These are most applied in the Canada and the United States.

  • Taxis – 10 to 15% – it depends on the service
  • Food delivery – 10 to 20% -it can also depend on the distance
  • Restaurants (waiters) – 15 to 20%
  • Bar (bartenders) – 15 to 20%
  • Housekeeping/ hotel maids – $2 to 3 per night
  • Hairstylists, nail service – 10 to 20%
  • Massage, spa – 15 to 20 %
  • Tour guides – $15 to 20%

In some cases, there is a mandatory tip that will be added to the bill. Meanwhile, some mandatory tip can be noted on the menu, so you must check to avoid double tip. It is best if you are not pressured to give a generous tip. With the help of a tip calculator, you can easily give a right tip.