Category: Travel Insurance Tips

Travel Insurance for Nomadic Retirement

The other day, an NBC News article on so-called “nomadic retirement” caught our attention. The article featured retirees-turned-travel-gurus Lynne and Tim Martin, whose new book promises to chronicle their four years of living “home free” around the world and provide tips to those who may be considering following in their footsteps.  Is nomadic retirement, or

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Your Travel Insurance Questions

Travelers asked, we answered: Top questions from our site. With a recent redesign to the InsureMyTrip website, there are more opportunities for travelers to engage with licensed travel insurance representatives to get answers to their questions about various products and coverage options.  There’s plenty of food for thought in the comments section underneath many of

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This Week in Links, Travel Disruptions Edition

Airports to Avoid During the Holidays

It’s time for another weekly wrap-up, covering the travel (and travel insurance) content that particularly caught our attention over the past seven days. This week, as winter storms continue to roll through the nation, it’s all about the cancellations and delays. Flight cancellations soar (see what we did there?) According to, over 33,000 US

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Spring Snow & Other Travel Whoops Moments

This Spring — such as it is — appears to be starting off as one big “whoops” moment. Groundhog: Whoops.  Expected sunny skies: Whoops.  Warm Spring Break hopes: Whoops. And then there’s all that pesky cruising news: Whoops.  Whoops.  And Whoops again. Not to mention, of course, sequester-related shortfalls and furloughs affecting the TSA, FAA,

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