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Where are travelers going in Cuba? These 5 destinations top the list

Where are travelers going in Cuba? These 5 destinations top the list

As reported in the news in the LA Times: Cuba continues to be a hot destination for Americans this year, so where exactly is everyone going? It’s not a perfect science, but TripAdvisor this week looked at searches for Cuban destinations on its website between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 to come up with these five top […]

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Commercial flights between the U.S. and Cuba could resume as early as this fall

Commercial flights between the U.S. and Cuba could resume as early as this fall

As reported in the news in the LA Times: The Obama administration will allow U.S. air carriers to start regular scheduled commercial flights to and from Cuba as early as this fall for the first time in more than 50 years, U.S. officials said Friday. Air travel could resume with up to 20 daily scheduled […]

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What U.S. travelers need to know about new Cuba rules

What U.S. travelers need to know about new Cuba rules

As reported in the news in the LA Times: You no longer have to be part of a group tour to visit Cuba as a tourist. On Tuesday, President Obama again eased restrictions on travel to the island nation, just before his own visit from Sunday through March 22. But don’t plan on plopping down […]

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Cuba – Fear of a closing window, many flee

Cuba – Fear of a closing window, many flee

As reported in the LA Times: President Obama is coming to Cuba today. So why are so many Cubans leaving? For one young couple in Havana, improving relations between the U.S. and Cuba weren’t a sign of hope, but a signal to get out. In January, Leonid Castro used fake papers to travel to Mexico and […]

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The Tricks to Traveling Cheaply – Airfares Are Sky High, but There Are Good Deals on Places to Stay

The Tricks to Traveling Cheaply – Airfares Are Sky High, but There Are Good Deals on Places to Stay

The Tricks to Traveling Cheaply – Airfares Are Sky High, but There Are Good Deals on Places to Stay, as reported in the WS Journal. Got a yen to hit the road this summer? Bargain-basement deals are hard to find at the height of the season, but there are ways to stretch your travel dollar. […]

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Where to Change Your Dollars – Travel experts say avoid that currency-exchange booth while traveling abroad

Where to Change Your Dollars – Travel experts say avoid that currency-exchange booth while traveling abroad

As reported in the news of the WS Journal, Where to Change Your Dollars – Travel experts say avoid that currency-exchange booth while traveling abroad.  Here’s the article. Traveling this summer? Need some euros? Have a yen for yen? You might want to skip that airport currency-exchange kiosk. Options for changing money abroad include banks […]

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Meet Paul Raymond

Meet Paul Raymond

Mr. Raymond is a sought after speaker in tax controversy law by many attorney, accountant, and business groups and at the request of the Internal Revenue Service, has presented programs at the IRS Nationwide Tax Forum, attended by tax professionals throughout the United States.

Additionally, he continues to be an active member in the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association, where he was the Past Chair of the Employment Taxes Committee.

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