Karen Schaeffer's clients were not as scared as she thought they should be. News that hackers had broken into a database of federal government employee information had put her on edge but her clients were taking it in stride.

"They weren't really terrified," says Schaeffer, a financial planner who has built her practice around advising federal employees.

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