21 Sep, 2021

The rich are afraid to leave a legacy

67% of wealthy people in the United States are afraid to leave too much inheritance. At the same time, 76% of the respondents plan to leave the property.

Most of the fears are related to the fact that, according to the testators, the assets left by them will be used irresponsibly (58.74%), as well as the fact that their families are not ready to manage a large inheritance (56.54%), while 56.03 % believe that it is better to use the inheritance for other purposes, for example, for charitable purposes. Another 55.77% fear that the heirs may become lazy.

More than two thirds (67.74%) of wealthy people plan to demand that their heirs fulfill certain conditions. As a rule, we are talking about a stimulating trust – assets that the beneficiary will receive if certain conditions are met.

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The court in New York rejected the petition of the defense of the Russian Yaroshenko for his early release for health reasons, the lawyer told RIA Novosti

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Yaroshenko’s lawyer told RIA Novosti that he does not see opportunities for an exchange of prisoners between Russia and the United States on a humanitarian basis.

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The US administration intends to double the limit on the admission of migrants in 2022 fiscal year (starting October 1) – up to 125 thousand people, the State Department said.

Back in the election campaign, Biden promised to expand the limits and accept 125 thousand foreigners each, but adjusted the figure in the first year of his rule due to the pandemic.

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In Ashgabat, police began to prohibit boys and girls from being together in parks, the Turkmen service of Radio Liberty reported. Police officers check the documents of young people, most often in the Ylham park.

If the guy says that the girl is his sister, then they are required to have documents. If the girl turns out to be a fellow student of the guy, then the couple is taken to the police station, then they turn to the educational institution to find out the identity and notify the parents of the students. The university administration is also informed.

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In the Netherlands, two ministers resigned – foreign and defense ministers. Both ministers – ladies, Sigrid Kaag and Ankh Beileveld, respectively, both left their posts due to the events in Afghanistan, and both – after criticism in the parliament of the kingdom. According to parliamentarians, the government reacted too slowly to the aggravation of the crisis in the Afghan capital, not having time to evacuate most of the Afghans who were in danger.

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Boston Dynamics and Hyundai have shown the Factory Safety Service Robot, a four-legged robot, which is now used in place of security guards to ensure the safety of the Kia auto plant in South Korea.

Using a built-in thermal imager and lidar, it detects people, monitors temperature rise and identifies fire risks. In addition, the robot also knows if the door is closed. Service Robot allows company employees to remotely monitor what is happening in industrial areas. Importantly, the new robot is capable of detecting blind spots.

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Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin approved a plan for the implementation of demographic policy in Russia. It is mainly devoted to supporting families with children, increasing the birth rate in the country, improving the reproductive health of citizens, as well as promoting traditional family values ​​and other goals.

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IKEA has introduced an “invisible” wireless charger that attaches under the table. It uses the Qi standard, which means it is compatible with most modern smartphones. Profile 1.2.4 provides power up to 5 watts. The device is mounted under the tabletop with double-sided tape (included), or with self-tapping screws. All non-metallic surfaces from 8 to 22 millimeters thick are supported

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The Russian Steel Association, which lobbies for the interests of ferrous metallurgists, criticized the Finance Ministry’s bill to raise income tax for companies that have spent more money on dividends over the past five years than on investments.

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The Ukrainian-American exercises Rapid Trident-2021 started in Ukraine. Their goal is to prepare Ukrainian troops for defensive and offensive operations as part of NATO coalition forces.

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Elections were held in Hong Kong. A body was elected, which, in turn, will elect the head of Hong Kong. Back in May, the Hong Kong Legislature passed a law according to which only “patriots” can take part in elections. As a result, the number of voters decreased from 246 thousand to 8 thousand, and 4.9 thousand voted in the elections.

“The main goal of improving the electoral system is to ensure that Hong Kong is ruled by patriots. I very much doubt that any other government or country will allow local legislature elections to be held among those people whose task is to undermine national interests or national security “- Head of Hong Kong Carrie Lam

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The ECHR awarded 100 thousand euros in compensation to the widow of Alexander Litvinenko and named Russia responsible for his death.

Former FSB officer died in the UK in 2006 from poisoning with radioactive polonium-210

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Russia will not comply with the decision of the European Court of Human Rights, which held the Kremlin responsible for the polonium poisoning of former FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko.

“We are not ready to listen to such decisions,” Peskov said.

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Serbia has drawn troops to Kosovo. Now in Raska, a city located about 10 kilometers from the Yarinje checkpoint, the administrative border with Kosovo, special forces of the 72 brigades of the Serbian army have arrived, along with numerous armored vehicles. The media also write about the arrival of units from the 63rd Airborne Brigade, as well as the military police. The army has been put on high alert.

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The electric bus burned down in Moscow at night, the preliminary reason is a short circuit. The Department of Transport reported that this is the first such case for the entire period of their operation. The transport followed a technical flight to the park without passengers. The management of Mosgortrans is conducting an official investigation, – the message says

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We must do everything possible to make Russia the most attractive country for the IT industry. Mishustin: For the first time in our country, an IT ombudsman institution will appear. This will help create favorable conditions for doing business in this area. Moreover, we will launch a program to stimulate the participation of our business in international Open-source alliances. We must have our own platform in this area

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British police have accused the third Russian of the Skripal poisoning. The UK has evidence of the involvement of another Russian agent in the chemical attack in Salisbury. In addition to Petrov and Boshirov, Denis Sergeev participated in the poisoning of the Skripals under the pseudonym “Sergei Fedotov”.

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Moscow condemns London’s attempts to shift responsibility in the Skripals case onto the Russian Federation, will demand comprehensive information from Britain – Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Zakharova

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Debts on overdue loans of Russians have already exceeded 1 trillion rubles. Since the beginning of the year, the volume of bad debts has grown by 7.9%. Now the percentage of overdue loans from the total number is kept at about 4%.

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“Six years ago, gas reserves were estimated at 70 trillion cubic meters. Now it is 49.2. Over the past quarter century, explored ten times less than in previous years, many more Soviet deposits are being depleted, according to Rosgeologia. According to their estimates, there will be enough gas for 70 years and oil for thirty years. ”

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In Japan, they started selling genome-edited tomatoes that contain five times more GABA than regular tomatoes. These tomatoes are useful for people with hypertension, as GABA can lower high blood pressure.

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The total amount of funds of the population in Russian banks in August 2021 remained practically unchanged – plus 45 billion rubles, or 0.1% – however, for the first time since the beginning of the year, there was an inflow of funds in term deposits of Russians. This is stated in the analytical review of the Bank of Russia “On the development of the banking sector of the Russian Federation in August 2021”.

The volume of funds in time deposits of Russians in August increased by 103 billion rubles, or 0.5%, while the amount of money in current accounts decreased by 58 billion rubles, or -0.5%. The outflow of funds from current accounts at the Central Bank was explained by seasonal spending (vacations, preparation for school, etc.) and noted that it could have been more, “if not for the transferred 200 billion rubles. social payments to families with school-age children ”.

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Russia’s national defense spending will amount to 3.51 trillion rubles in 2022, in 2023 and 2024 this figure will reach 3.55 and 3.81 trillion rubles, respectively.

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Oil and gas revenues of the Russian Federation will decrease from 9.54 trillion rubles. in 2022 to 8.56 trillion rubles. in 2024 – draft budget of the Russian Federation

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