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Summer's not over yet! There's still time to find a few last minute summer travel bargains, if you know where to look. CNNMoney listed the following tips on how to book a cheap, last-minute getaway: Try booking a Wednesday flight. It's one of the three cheapest days to fly, along... Read more →

When your child is studying abroad, you want to ensure she has all the support she needs when you can't be there. But is student medical insurance necessary? In a word: Yes. Not only is it required in most cases, but student medical insurance, like USI Affinity's Study USA-HealthCare™, covers... Read more →

Traveling or living abroad can be an exciting and life-changing experience. But every year, hundreds of travelers and students far from home require emergency medical treatment, hospitalization, and even medical evacuation, and find their insurance provides little or no coverage once they’ve left their home country. Seeking medical treatment in... Read more →

Stranded at the Airport? You Could Be on Your Own

Years ago, if passengers were stranded at an airport due to a canceled flight, the airline would foot the bill for their food and lodging. These days, canceled flights have turned airports into refugee camps of frustrated passengers left to fend for themselves. Airlines are only obligated to honor promises... Read more →