When traveling or retiring abroad, older U.S. citizens should consider the following tips and guidelines provided by the U.S. Department of State.
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You’re about to set foot on foreign soil. Are you prepared to be there? If you’ve done the following, you’re in good shape: 1. Fill out the emergency information page of your passport. You never know
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If you're a pet owner planning a business trip or vacation, the decision to take your pet along or leave him behind is an important one for both you and your companion.
The HSUS recommends that you do not transport your pet by air unless absolutely necessary. Find out why, and how to protect your pet if he or she must travel by air.
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1. The World’s Largest Ball of Twine. Face it. Your teen doesn’t want to visit every historical site, point of interest or small town attraction in the United States. If you’re determined to make the
1. Timing. Just because you’ve decided it’s time for a family vacation doesn’t mean your teen is ready to drop everything and hit the road. Consider their schedules. Are they working a part-time job?