Re: How Ex NFL'ers Go Broke
Hard to feel sorry for these guys. They get a free education. Why not take advantage of it and learn something while they are there. Maybe a financial planning class. It's really simple. Invest in your future. If you have enough money left to live a lavish life syle, go for it. You earned it.
As for tipping I have a basic rule of thumb. 15% minimum, up to 20% depending on service. As for service charges, shouldn't that be part of the gratuity? I mean what kind of service are we talking about here? Back room hugs and lap dances? lol
"Screw it, let's ride"!