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Seller of Travel Act for California ...

Travel agencies of various sizes have been assessed civil penalties ranging from $20,000 to $125,000, and on day two of 2014 DOT levied a $95,000 fine on a single agency. This video will delve deeply ...

The marketing advantage of the sustainable travel niche is the growing desire of consumers to do well while vacationing and traveling. ...

In this video, designer, writer, and web strategist Barry Harrison looks at what happens after potential customers arrive at your website. ...

Fraudulent activities show no signs of slowing. Fraudsters continue to approach agents with new and creative situations that will test your firms vulnerability. ...

Seller of Travel Fact Sheet for Pennsylvania ...

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Fact Sheet ...

ASTA defended through legal action the right of travel advisor to sell trips to selected destinations as well as the freedom of citizens to travel to those places. ...

As a niche specialty, wedding travel has blossomed into an important source of travel agency revenue. Fiances frequently seek out professional travel consultants to advise and arrange the most exquisi ...

The focus here is to set out some of the key business and legal rights that travel agents have and which they should vigorously assert. These rights may be exercised individually and not in consultati ...

If a travel agency decides to stop selling a particular supplier, the agency, when acting unilaterally without agreement with competitors, may make a public announcement of its current booking practic ...

Seller of Travel Act for Hawaii ...

Seller of Travel Act for Iowa ...

Seller of Travel Act for Washington ...

The law with respect to a travel agent's responsibility in the event of another's failure to provide the client with travel services is probably best developed in New York. ...

In recent months, federal and state lawmakers have stepped up efforts to significantly raise the stakes on businesses that misclassify their workers as independent advisors. The ramped-up pressure on ...

Available to Premium Members Only - Video on IC fraud. Learn how to prevent fraud by screening applicants, reviewing transactions, and imposing strict sales limitations and procedures on contractors w ...

The two sources that control most federal government contracting with travel agencies are the General Services Administration (GSA) and the Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC). ...

This analysis provides guidelines for determining whether the government will view a travel-agency worker as an independent contractor or as an employee. It will also familiarize agents with some of t ...

Failure by agents to (i) follow the 3-step process outlined below, and (ii) respond to carriers' requests for supporting documentation within the timeframe referenced above, will result in agents bein ...

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ASTA Headquarters

American Society of Travel Advisors
675 N Washington St, Ste 490
Alexandria, VA 22314 U.S.A.