Full-service restaurants have long been comfortable applying automatic gratuities to their customer checks, especially for parties of six or more. A new ruling by the Internal Revenue Service — which takes effect this month — is likely to spell the death knell for automatic gratuity policies. Are you ready for the new policy?  The standard practice of automatically adding a tip of 18 to 20 percent to a restaurant bill for large parties has been a hotly ...

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