Everything You Need to Know About IRS Tip Reporting

Tips represent a significant portion of a worker's income in the restaurant and hospitality industries. As tipped income is considered taxable income, both employees and employees have specific reporting requirements. Learn about the IRS tip reporting guidelines in this post, written for the Toast Restaurant Management Blog

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