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The best Apps to keep track of your financial records on the Market:

TipSee - Mobile Tip Tracker

TipSee is an all inclusive tip tracking app for anyone who gets tips daily or enough times throughout the year that you would like to keep a record. The app is user friendly and easy to learn. 
 
All tips for the month are displayed on a calendar page so you can see a summary at a glance.

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XpTracker - Mobile Expense Tracker

XpTracker is an all inclusive Expense tracking app for anyone who makes many purchase throughout the week and can not seem to remember where all your money is going. 

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Waiters

Waiting staff, wait staff, waitstaff or serving staff are those who work at a restaurant or a bar attending customers—supplying them with food and drink as requested. An individual waiting tables is commonly called a server, waitperson, waitress (females only), or waiter (referring to males or either gender).

The duties of waiting staff include preparing tables for a meal, taking customers' orders, serving drinks and food, and cleaning up before, after and during servings in a restaurant.

Waiting on tables is (along with nursing and teaching) part of the service sector, and among the most common occupations in the United States. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that, as of May 2008, there were over 2.2 million persons employed as servers in the U.S. More recent numbers put the total at more than double. It is estimated that half of the adult US population has worked for tips in their lifetime or worked in a restaurant or the food industry.

Many businesses choose for the people waiting to all wear a uniform, a tradition that has been around in the waiting industry for centuries. Waitstaff may receive tips as a minor or major part of their earnings, with customs varying widely from country to country. TipSee is the perfect app to record and track these tips.

Waiters must be familiar with the restaurant menu so they can answer any questions customers may have regarding menu offerings. The waiter should also be aware of foods that might be harmful to customers with specific food allergies. Waiters should not only know what is included in each menu item, but be able to give customers an idea of how that food tastes and is presented. In addition, waiters should let customers know about any specials being offered.