Later this month (April 20-26), the International Association of Administrative Professionals honors those who make offices work – secretaries, administrative assistants and those in various support roles in U.S. and Canada businesses. IAAP’s Administrative Professionals Week turns 62 this year, and happens on the heels of its 2013 Benchmaking Survey, which shows that office and […]
A trio of Florida destinations top the list of U.S. cities where travelers incur the lowest tax burden. Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers and West Palm Beach levy the lowest general sales and discriminatory travel taxes, followed by Detroit, Mich., and Portland, Ore. According to the GBTA Foundation, the cities taxing travelers the most are, in […]
Now is a good time to apply for a passport. The State Department is predicting no delays this year, crediting the new passport law, the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), for a decision to hire more employees and add passport agencies in Dallas, Detroit and Minneapolis to handle special requests. The final rule for the […]
Whittle your load, or prepare to pay a fine. Airlines are starting to charge travelers who check more than one bag.
Planners, listen up. Hotels are looking at sluggish growth rates, given diminished demand in a market with increasing supply. But, they won’t be relinquishing the seller’s market mantle or lowering room rates anytime soon.
Attendees traveling to Mexico, Canada, Bermuda or the Caribbean will needs forms of ID to re-enter the U.S. under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative.