Spain has the highest amount of tip income in the world at $1.4 trillion a year.
This is because the tip is not taxed, but rather earned by employers.
That means that there is a significant amount of income tax on employers paying tips, as well as a tax on tips paid by employees.
This income tax is also a significant contributor to Spain’s budget deficit.
So what’s the deal with this?
Here are the 10 most expensive tips in Spain, according to a list of tips compiled by The Wall St. Journal.
$200 tip in spanish: The top tip in Spain is $200.
If you’re in a country where you earn more than $1,000 per month, you’re probably doing something right.
In this country, it’s possible to earn more money than most people earn in a year, and most of that is going to the tip pool.
$500 tip in red french: The tip in Spanish can be considered the national tipping point, according the Economist.
The tip is usually earned by restaurants that have more than 1,000 outlets.
The average tip is $100 in the red, a red color that is associated with the southern and northeastern parts of Spain.
$250 tip in blue french: Blue tip is a more common tip in the southern part of Spain, but it’s also a tip that most restaurants don’t pay much attention to. 4.
$100 tip in brown french: Brown tip is more popular in the northern part of the country, but some restaurants pay a very small amount of it. 5.
$50 tip in black french: Black tip is less common in the south, but the tip still makes up a substantial amount of the restaurant’s budget.
$30 tip in white french: White tip is also more common in northern Spain.
$20 tip in yellow french: Yellow tip is rarer than red tip in northern and central Spain.
$10 tip in orange french: Orange tip is extremely popular in northern France, and the tip amount is more than double that of the red tip.
$5 tip in burgundy french: Burgundy tip is common in Burgundy and northern France.
$2.25 tip in green french: Green tip is seen as a tip in western France.