Marketplace Money for Friday, January 17, 2014
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This weekend on Marketplace Money, host Carmen Wong Ulrich explores the aftermath of the big consumer data breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus and other retailers. Consumer advocate Bob Sullivan explains how shoppers can prevent getting hacked and what to do if your credit or debit card has been compromised. Plus, Marketplace reporter Dan Gorenstein checks in on how consumers are finding their experiences with the Affordable Care Act, and we get an update on the traditional retirement savings rules from David Blanchett of Morningstar. Also, student loan expert Heather Jarvis helps out some listeners who have questions about financing higher education and musician John Roderick shares how his family influenced his financial habits.
Posted In: Target, Target credit cards, credit hack, stolen credit cards
Millions of Americans have had credit card and debit card information stolen by hackers at big retailers like Target and Neiman Marcus. Marketplace Money host Carmen Wong Ulrich talks to consumer advocate Bob Sullivan about what we can do to keep our money safe.
Posted In: 401k, Retirement
Do the old rules about retirement savings still apply today?
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