cash, right? Well, sort of. But just because you're throwing money around doesn't mean etiquette should get tossed out the window, warn experts.Greenbacks. Benjamins. Clams. Dough. Call it what you want, but everyone knows there's no better holiday gift than cold hard
"People in certain situations are going to really appreciate cash," Diane Gottsman, etiquette trainer and founder of the Protocol School of Texas, tells Yahoo Shine. College grads, high school students, and newlyweds top the list of cash lovers, though there are many more (um, hello!). "What makes it warm is the way you present it—you're not going to hand over a wad of ones, for example."
So what are the guidelines to giving money? Stick to the following, and you should be fine:
•Streamline. Present as few bills as possible, Gottsman suggests.
•Personalize it. Enclose the cash in a nice note card andRead More »from The Dos and Don'ts of Giving Cash for the Holidays