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The Benefits and Drawbacks of Short-Term Rentals in Provo, UT: Is It Right for Your Property?

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Considering diving into short-term rentals in Provo, Utah? It’s an enticing prospect, but carefully weigh the pros and cons before you decide. This blog post will closely examine what short-term hires entail in this charming city in the heart of Utah Valley. It will also look into the benefits of working with a professional company for property management provo ut if you want to explore short-term rentals.

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Fun Things You Can Do On Your Next Holiday

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Planning a holiday can be exciting and full of anticipation. There are so many fun activities to choose from that your vacation can be tailored to your exact tastes and preferences. It’s important to plan ahead and make sure you have everything you need for a great experience. Also, make sure to leave some room for surprises and spontaneity! Here are some ideas for great activities that you can do on your next holiday.

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6 Great Ideas For Your Next Vacation

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When planning a vacation, everyone has different ideas of what makes the perfect trip. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach getaway or an adventurous outdoor experience, there’s something for every type of traveler. Here are six great ideas to help you plan your next family vacation to create memories to last a lifetime.

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Half of student loan forgiveness recipients will use relief to go on vacation

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Ridgewood NJ , the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals granted an administrative stay against canceling any debt under President Joe Biden’s federal student loan forgiveness program Friday.

Republicans are attempting to block Biden’s student loan relief plan saying it’s “economically unwise and downright unfair,” and that the relief will not go to those who really need it.

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This Planning Guide Will Ensure A Perfect Relaxing Getaway With Your Family

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Every now and then, it is a good idea to break away from the daily routine and take your whole family on a fun trip where you can all enjoy a relaxing time. Whether your family is big or small, the chances are, each member will have their set of preferences and desires. Since there is no one way to please everyone and magically create the perfect vacation, you will have to compromise and plan ahead while considering everyone’s preferences wherever possible. Here is a useful planning guide to help you come up with the best and most relaxing getaway with your entire family. 

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Check if You Still Remember How to Plan an Abroad Vacation

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When the work and day are done, it’s always great to lay back and enjoy the better things in our lives. Everybody got their favorites but only a few could probably disagree that traveling is one of the best things any person can enjoy. Lots of people make special preparations for their travels like taking formal vacations at work, purchasing everything needed beforehand, and taking care of their documents a few weeks before they are ready to step into the vehicle that’ll bring them somewhere else. This is where all the wonders and the challenges begin.

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Vacation Scams That Easily Can Trick Anyone

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It is an unfortunate reality that there are unscrupulous people out there who wish to take advantage of trusting individuals and families. People commit scams for many reasons, disguising themselves as respectable agents or corporations when in truth they are just out to steal your money and run.

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Fun Vacation Activities to Do When in California

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California is the state of dreams, the home of Disneyland, Barbie dolls, and Apple Computers. Besides being one of the largest states in the USA, California is known for its sunny beaches, forests, and unique adventures. It’s diverse in culture as much as it is in the landscape. This city offers a little bit of everything and you will not be able to see all it has to offer even if you live your whole life exploring it. Another thing to keep in mind is if you’re a fan of Avocados, then this is the state for you; they even have an Avocado festival every year. Here are a few fun activities that you can enjoy when in California. 

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Assemblyman Rooney: Beware of Vacation Scams

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As summer nears and as we being to plan our vacations, I would like to share with you some tips to avoid getting scammed. By now, all of us have received fake phone calls and emails claiming that we have won a free vacation. So many people have been victimized by these scams. The Federal Trade Commission offers the following tips to avoid being scammed:
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New Murphy Tax Chasing Away Tourists

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Sea Side Heights NJ, Senator Jim Holzapfel and Assemblymen Dave Wolfe and Greg McGuckin (all R-10) said Governor Phil Murphy should listen to the concerns of homeowners and small businesses owners along the Jersey Shore who are raising the alarm about the impacts already being felt due to a tax increase the Governor approved last year on short-term beach rentals.

“You shouldn’t have to be a millionaire like Governor Murphy to vacation down the shore,” said Holzapfel. “To charge a family that already stretch to pay thousands for a summer vacation an extra ten to fourteen percent in rental taxes is ridiculous. We’re already hearing that potential customers are responding to the new tax by booking at a much slower pace, which is concerning to the many tourism-driven businesses that make the bulk of their income during the summer months.”

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Ridgewood couple recalls journey aboard cruise ship that sailed in storm

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FEBRUARY 12, 2016, 5:54 PM    LAST UPDATED: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2016, 5:57 PM
BY STEVE JANOSKI
STAFF WRITER |
THE RECORD

RIDGEWOOD — A village couple hoping to slip North Jersey’s winter chill got more than they bargained for last week after their cruise ship, destined for the Bahamas, sailed into a North Atlantic storm packing hurricane-force winds and towering waves.

Lou and Linda Lembo are no strangers to the sea — together they’ve gone on 18 cruises which have taken them to Alaska, across Europe, and to a number of Caribbean islands.

But their journey aboard the hulking 1,141-foot Anthem of the Seas, which departed Feb. 6 from Bayonne, was a bit more “interesting” due to a tempest that struck late Sunday afternoon.

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