Equifax was broken into this summer. Unless you are about to get a new identity through the Federal Witness Protection Program, or you do not live in the US, it is time to protect yourself. Here are five things you can do now to better protect yourself against identity theft:
The Wall Street Journal's Jason Zweig writes "The burden of finding someone who will act in your best interest is on you. That means asking an adviser the right questions (and listening for the best answers). I encourage you to clip or print out this column and bring it to your next meeting with your financial adviser."
We answer Zweig's 19 questions.