Mar 26, 2010

Marketplace Money for March 27-28, 2010

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Each week on Marketplace Money, host Tess Vigeland looks at the week's major national and international stories that will impact the average listener's wallet.

Segments From this episode

The death of the pre-existing condition

Mar 26, 2010
The Commonwealth Fund's Sarah Collins joins Tess Vigeland to talk about the end of pre-existing conditions, as well as something known as "rescission."

The future of insurance exchanges

Mar 26, 2010
Henry Aaron, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, fills Tess Vigeland in on the health insurance exchanges that will be available in four years.

Health reform for dependents & seniors

Mar 26, 2010
How will the new health care laws benefit dependents and seniors who fall into Medicare's donut hole? Tess Vigeland turns to Vivian Ho, a professor at Rice University, for some answers.

What will saying no to insurance cost?

Mar 26, 2010
Marketplace's Nancy Marshall Genzer talks with Tess Vigeland about what happens when people choose to opt out of health insurance under the new laws.

Diagnosis on health care reform

Mar 26, 2010
Reporter Gregory Warner wraps up Money's health reform coverage by talking about the health care tab with Tess Vigeland, as well as the still uninsured, and the future of premiums.

I need an iPad and I need it now

Mar 26, 2010
Consultant Geoffrey Moore explores with Tess Vigeland why some folks need to get their hands on new products like the iPad as soon as they're available.

Credit report ads now more transparent

Mar 26, 2010
Credit.com's Adam Levin talks with Tess Vigeland about the new rules surrounding credit report companies' advertisements.

Hey, it's the Free Credit Report guy!

Mar 26, 2010
Reporter Sean Cole goes behind the scenes of FreeCreditReport.com's catchy advertising and meets up with the site's star: musician and actor Eric Violette.

A history lesson in health care reform

Mar 26, 2010
Reporter Gregory Warner delves into some of the history surrounding U.S. health care reform.

Each week on Marketplace Money, host Tess Vigeland looks at the week's major national and international stories that will impact the average listener's wallet.