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KHM Travel Agent Career Benefit: Flexibility

Written by: on September 30, 2013

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KHM Travel Agent Career Benefit: Flexibility One of the ultimate benefits of beginning your adventure with KHM Travel Group is the amount of flexibility that your travel agent career provides.  Forget the feeling of being chained to a desk or a slave to the time clock!  As a home-based travel agent, you have the ultimate… Read the full article…

How To Create Your Home Office

Written by: on September 23, 2013

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How To Create Your Home Office As an independent KHM Travel Agent, you will enjoy the many benefits of working from home.  You are able to set your own hours, with no rigid schedule to keep or time clock to punch.  Your commute time may only be as long as it takes you to walk… Read the full article…

How to Stay Organized for Tax Season

Written by: on August 22, 2013

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How to Stay Organized for Tax Season Operating your own home-based business at a KHM Travel Agent provides a wide range of benefits: Flexibility, independence, unlimited income potential … and even some potential tax advantages. But don’t wait until income tax season to start thinking about your taxes! The key to maximizing your tax benefits… Read the full article…

How to Sell Value Over Price

Written by: on July 26, 2013

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How to Sell Value Over Price As a new travel agent, it is perceived that selling travel seems to be all about the “price.” Some new agents will scour the Internet and travel supplier sites to look for the cheapest prices, least-expensive excursions, lowest category cruise cabins, and off-the beaten path resorts, just so they… Read the full article…

What Look for in a Home Based Travel Company

Written by: on January 25, 2009

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Travel is a constant. It doesn’t matter if the economy is in the tank, or not. Citizens travel for a myriad of reasons, eg, to conduct business; to visit friends and relatives who may not be in the best health; to celebrate special occasions like births, graduations and marriages. As travel is an evergreen industry,… Read the full article…