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Becoming a travel agent (on the side)

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Hi,

I know I have seen this question before but didnt see much in a search....

I do so much internet searching/booking for myself and friends/co-workers, I would like to see if/how I can become a "certified" TA...
This would not be my primary profession as I am a teacher, I am just wondering if anyone else has had the same thoughts I am having

Off the top of my head Questions:

*are there any perks,
*upfront costs?
*who do I contact
*what else should I consider

I would appreciate any thoughts,
Thanks!
Lava
HotLava200021@yahoo.com

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