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Is an IC covered under your SOT permit or do they have to get their own?
Asked by TASNEEM MOTIWALA on May 29, 2024 in General

Hello Tasneem! Yes, you are covered under our agency SOTs to sell travel. You would need to obtain your own SOT if you would like to collect professional fees directly. We do have a program available to collect service fees/professional fees for you that is covered under our SOT and makes it very simple for you!

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What % commission do agents earn on booking travel for themselves?
Asked by Sarah Brumfield on March 13, 2024 in General

Hi Sarah,
Thank you for your question. Commissions are earned based on your plan split. Advisors can earn 100% commission on their personal travel based on GEM status, our Recognition and Benefit Program: https://www.travelquestnetwork.com/gem

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Are agents allowed to keep 100% of their planning fee?
Asked by Chelsey Thomas on November 10, 2023 in General

You can, but it depends on where you live. If you live in California or Florida, you can't charge service fees under our Seller of Travel Licenses.

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Do you accept agents without LLC? Just as self-employees. Do you help figure out the permits required for an specific US city?
Asked by Christian C. on October 21, 2023 in General

Hi Christian,
Thank you for your message. An LLC, EIN and articles of incorporation are required for our Growth, Team and Enterprise plans, but not for the Individual. You can sign up as a sole proprietor on this plan.

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Do you allow US-based travel advisors to accept non-US based clients as long as the vendor accept international credit cards? Not flights; just stays.
Asked by Christian C. on October 21, 2023 in General

Hi Christian,
Yes, we do allow our members to have non-US clients as long as it is accepted by our Suppliers.

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