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Why not use your next getaway to lend a hand? Thousands of short-term and long-term positions are available in national and state parks across the U.S., on both a volunteer and paid basis.
Here's some of the best deals a handful of major travel agencies are advertising this week.
The Sunshine State continues to draw big crowds, whether it be for active vacationers who want to tour the state by paddle, for those who want to be pampered by an attentive hotel staff or for the believers in make believe who crowd the state's many theme parks. From the Panhandle to the Keys, here's what's been happening in Florida.
The ins and outs of "Value Added" and "Goods and Services" taxes can confuse even the keenest of economic minds. Here's what you need to know to make sure that check is truly in the mail.
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