Archive for February, 2016
A new study has found that black women across the country, and especially in the state of Connecticut, have greater odds of birthing a baby prematurely than white or Hispanic women. The study was reported by the New Haven Register and suggests a troubling connection between race and birth injury rates, which are more common among preterm babies.
According to the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation’s data from 2014, 12% of births by black women in Connecticut were preterm compared to 10% of Hispanic women and 9% for white. The numbers are even worse when you look at the overall numbers for the United States. On average, 8.9% of white women, 9% of Hispanic, and 13.2% of black women delivered babies prematurely.
The numbers vary from state to state, but for the most part they all reflec
More than half of all American adults are at risk of dying intestate, despite widespread public attention regarding the benefits of executing a will. In the absence of a valid will, each state’s laws govern how the estate will be administered. In general, having a will should help to ensure that decedent’s wishes are honored. A will may be declared invalid in cases of suspected fraud, forgery, or coercion, but having a property executed and witnessed will may help to avoid several probate and trust administration issues.
Probate lawyers supervise the transfer of assets after an individual’s death, a legal process which could take more than two years. Even a relatively straightforward will may take more than six months to administer; in the absence of a will, local courts typically have to review the
Securities fraud is also known as stock fraud for investment fraud. In a nutshell, this scheme knowingly invites investors to purchase or sell on the foundations of incorrect information. More often than not the result is loss. Securities fraud can also be when an investor embezzles or manipulates stock or even gives miss information to the public about the financial reports and audits. Other illegal acts from the trading floor are inside your training, front running, Ponzi schemes and downright theft.
Who is the target?
Investors that do not efficiently evaluate the risk of the investment are usually the ones that fall prey to these deceptive practices. When an investor is so desperate he can usually not afford to lose capital and want to deal looks too good to be true he may tak