Summer is almost here, and with warmer months and vacations from school comes a swatch of new travel possibilities. Plus, many of us are itching to book a big trip to a destination far from home after two years of travel restrictions because of the pandemic.
Trips like these are expensive and often tricky to plan, but they’re an excellent way to see new places and experience new things. But, as we all know, unexpected issues come up, throwing wrenches into our carefully constructed travel plans. So, what happens if you cannot take a trip that you’ve planned and, more importantly, paid for?
Read the full article in the Finances FYI section of The Seattle Times, sponsored by 1st Security Bank.