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Infographic: Money Etiquette

How do you split a bill at a restaurant? Does it make sense to lend money to a friend? When should you tip? These are just a few questions that can make for awkward moments.Following the proper etiquette can be difficult when money is involved, since people often operate under different rules. Money is an issue consumers often grapple with, whether it is how to earn it, save it, or spend it wisely. It’s not difficult to avoid awkward situations by being fair and conscientious. In order to properly navigate these issues, American Credit Counseling has provided some recommended ways to be smart, polite, and thoughtful.


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