How millennials are impacting the future of business travel

Rudly Raphael •
Business2Community

I know what you’re thinking: “another day, another millennial-focused article.” But as a generation that is on the cusp of surpassing baby boomers as the nation’s largest living adult generation, it’s important for brands to take notice of the trends they’re setting as consumers. In 2017, more than 514 million business trips were taken, spending

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4 tips for a budget-friendly, “plan b” getaway

Jessica Sommerfield •
MoneyNing
RV camper stands on side of road on background of huge mountain. Friends travel to motorhome on mountain road. Travelers rest on sidelines and enjoy mountain view

As our anniversary date approached this year, my husband and I started discussing ways to celebrate. Our initial idea would cost several hundred dollars before even getting to what we’d likely spend on meals, souvenirs, and miscellaneous expenses. Although we had some savings set aside, we decided we didn’t feel comfortable spending that much on

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Five ways to save on your summer RV rental

Holly Johnson •
The Simple Dollar
RV in Redwood Forest

Summertime is perfect for packing up the family and hitting the open road. And whether you want to camp or simply travel in style, renting an RV (recreational vehicle) adds features to a vacation that you just can’t get anywhere else. Like a portable “tiny house,” most RVs feature ample room for sleeping, full or partial kitchens,

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My 7 favorite ways to save money on travel

Holly Johnson •
The Simple Dollar

Over the last year, we have taken family vacations to different cities in Mexico, Jamaica, and Florida. Add onto that, my husband and I traveled alone to Barbados, Grand Cayman, Italy, and Greece. Since I write about travel all over the web, our trips are always part work and part play. But that doesn’t mean it’s all

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