LATEST STORIES SEA GAMES 2019: PH’s Nesthy Petecio boxing featherweight final (HIGHLIGHTS) PLAY LIST 02:11SEA GAMES 2019: PH’s Nesthy Petecio boxing featherweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:05Poor visibility, nakaapekto sa maraming lugar sa Batangas03:028,000 pulis sa Region 4-A, tuloy ang trabaho03:57Phivolcs, nahihirapan sa komunikasyon sa Taal01:04Sold-out: Stores run out of face masks after Taal spews ash01:45Iran police shoot at those protesting plane shootdown01:54MMDA deploys rescue team to Batangas following Taal eruption Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next More than 40 quakes hound areas reeling from Taal Volcano’s eruption ‘People evacuated on their own’ Richarlison set up a tense finish at the Etihad Stadium by pulling one back after an error by City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, but the hosts held on to stay a point behind second-place Leicester.It was Carlo Ancelotti’s first defeat as Everton manager.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSAndray Blatche has high praise for teammate Kai SottoSPORTSBig differenceSPORTSAlmazan status stays uncertain ahead of Game 4 View comments Magic, Jordan among NBA stars ‘devastated’ by Stern’s death Lava gushes out of Taal Volcano as villagers flee ‘People evacuated on their own’ MOST READ No need to wear face masks in Metro Manila, says scientist Pagasa sees cloudy skies, scattered rain showers in volcanic eruption-hit areas Air quality in NCR now improving after Taal ashfall Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. US stocks climb ahead of trade deal, sending S&P 500 to record high Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus, second right, celebrates with teammates after scoring his side’s opening goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester City and Everton at Etihad stadium in Manchester, England, Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)MANCHESTER, England— Gabriel Jesus struck twice within seven second-half minutes as Manchester City opened 2020 with a 2-1 win over Everton in the Premier League on Wednesday.The Brazilian’s first goal in the 51st minute was a fine curled finish after being played in by Ilkay Gundogan. His second was a first-time strike at the end of a slick passing move, with Riyad Mahrez playing the final ball.ADVERTISEMENT
At an FIA meeting in Geneva on Wednesday, the governing body ruled that whilst the Renault cars were not guilty of any technical regulation infringement relating to using presets, the brake bias adjustment system used by both drivers has been deemed to be a driver aid and thus breached another regulation.Renault have until 10 am local time on Thursday to notify the FIA if they wish to appeal, and currently they are considering their “next course of action”.“Renault acknowledges the decision of the Stewards of the Japanese Grand Prix regarding the protest by Racing Point concerning the legality of Renault F1 Team’s braking system during the Japanese Grand Prix,” said Renault’s official statement.“Despite the FIA concurring with Renault that the system was entirely legal under the FIA technical regulations, it was judged by the stewards that the system was in breach of the FIA sporting regulations regarding driver aid.“Both Renault cars were disqualified from the Japanese Grand Prix and the team loses the nine points scored.“However, considering the subjectivity of the qualification of a system as a driver aid and the variability of the associated penalties in recent cases, Renault F1 Team will consider its next course of action within the timeframe laid out by the FIA.”Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg slip to P12 and 13 respectively in the Drivers’ Championship following the decision, while Toro Rosso move to within 18 points of the French manufacturer in the Constructors’ Championship.0Shares0000(Visited 9 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Renault could appeal Japan disqualificationLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 24 – Renault will now consider whether or not to appeal their disqualification from the Japanese Grand Prix for the use of driver aids.Racing Point submitted an appeal after the Japanese GP saying that they suspected Renault were ‘using a pre-set lap distance-dependent brake bias adjustment system’ but, in Renault’s written defence, they claimed that this allegation came from an ex-exployee who ‘was not aware of all the pertinent details of Renault’s brake control system’.
0Shares0000Quins Vs Impala.PHOTO/Shujaa PrideNAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 28 – Kenya Harlequin overcame rivals and neighbors Resolution Impala Saracens 36-22 to complete a double in the Ngong Road derby played at the RFUEA Ground on Saturday.Elsewhere, KCB underlined their determination to reclaim the Kenya Cup with a great display during their clash with Champions Kabras at KCB Sports club. The Curtis Olago squad wrestled back to grab a 22-17victory over the tough attacking opponents.KCB began assault in the first half with Davis Chenge handing the bankers the first try of the game before Oliver Mangeni added a second one to make it 10-0.It was sweet victory for the lions as the clicked into gear to grab their eighth win this season. Darwin Mukidza converted to make it 12 0 during the first half.Second half action saw Martin Owila make a try to see the Bankers leading 17-0 while Darwin Mukidza had his second conversion making it 19-0.He then added a penalty to make it 22 -17 leaving the Bankers with 40 points.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
By the Editors of Consumer Reports As Congress and the states consider proposals aimed at reducing identity theft, a poll by the Consumer Reports National Research Center reveals that most Americans want lawmakers to restrict the use and availability of Social Security numbers by businesses and government agencies. According to the recent poll, some 89 percent of Americans agree that state and federal lawmakers should pass laws restricting the use of Social Security numbers. Americans routinely are asked for Social Security numbers by businesses and government agencies, a practice that fuels concerns about identity theft. Social Security numbers are particularly sensitive information because they can provide the key to unlocking a consumer’s financial identity. According to experts from Consumers Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports, the widespread use of Social Security numbers has made it easier for crooks to commit fraud and contributes to the 10 million cases of identity theft every year. Poll results were based on a telephone survey using a nationally representative sample of 1,016 households of adults ages 18 and older. The poll revealed that 87 percent of consumers have been asked in the past year to provide their Social Security number in whole or in part by a business or government agency. Requests come from a wide variety of businesses for purposes beyond credit, employment or tax compliance. Many requests come from businesses that have no clear need to collect these numbers. Collection and use of Social Security numbers is common. The poll also revealed the following: In the past year, 60 percent of consumers have been asked by a financial institution or retailer issuing credit to provide their Social Security number; 49 percent have been asked to disclose their number to health-care providers. Consumers also reported being asked to provide their Social Security number in the past year to a wide variety of other entities, including employers or potential employers (44 percent); insurance companies (36 percent); government agencies other than the IRS or a state tax body (32 percent); a college or another school (28 percent); a service provider such as cable TV or cell phone carrier (26 percent); utilities (17 percent); and a merchant or retailer (16 percent). More than four in 10 Americans (42 percent) have been asked to provide their full or partial Social Security number on the phone or Internet to access goods or services or to verify their identity to customer-service representatives. Fifty-two percent of Americans carry a card in their wallets that displays their number. The poll also found that Americans worry about the widespread availability of Social Security numbers and how businesses are using them. Some 78 percent would prefer not to provide their number, but are concerned about the consequences of refusing to do so, and 91 percent agreed they are more vulnerable to identity theft when a business has their number. Since January 2005, data security breaches have occurred at companies, schools and government agencies involving an estimated 159 million records of sensitive consumer information, often including Social Security numbers. Ninety-eight percent agreed that companies and government agencies should always be required to notify them if a database containing their number has been compromised. Consumers Union has called on legislators to restrict the availability of Social Security numbers to prevent this sensitive information from falling into the hands of identity thieves. The organization recommends that the sale and purchase of the numbers be tightly restricted and that solicitation be prohibited except where required by law or where needed for credit, employment, tax compliance or investment purposes. Go to the Consumer Reports Web site at www.consumerreports.org.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
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Here’s what regulators are requiring of lenders: Ensure that loan terms and underwriting standards are consistent with prudent lending practices, including consideration of a borrower’s repayment capacity. Recognize that many nontraditional mortgage loans, particularly when they have risk-layering features, are untested in a stressed environment. These products require strong risk management standards, such as proper capital levels. Ensure that consumers have sufficient information to clearly understand loan terms and associated risks prior to making a decision. Regulators began working on the guidelines at the end of last December. The impact on the industry is unclear at this point. Institutions that fail to follow the guidelines will be asked to take “remedial action,” according to the Fed. That action will be determined on a case-by-case basis. John Karevoll, a market analyst for La Jolla-based DataQuick Information Systems, doubts that the increased scrutiny will have much impact on home sales, which are already in the tank here. Lenders were able to make riskier loans during the boom because they were better able to quantify the risk they were taking and fold it into the cost the mortgage holder was willing to pay. During the boom, there were not that many people who bought a home without putting some money down, and 20percent was still the norm, he said. Nor were lenders running amok, either. “There may have been some rogue lending institutions out there, but the vast majority are very cautious,” Karevoll said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! It took a while, but regulators from five federal agencies have finally issued guidance to address the risks posed by nontraditional mortgage products. These are the ones with hooks that let the holders postpone paying down the principal and sometimes even interest. In the marketplace, they are also touted as exotic or alternative loans and have such attractions as interest-only features and payment-option adjustables. Bottom line, most offer lower payments now and the opportunity for higher payments later. These products are not new but grew in popularity as housing prices exploded over the past five years. Educating consumers is the goal of the new guidelines. “The guidance urges institutions to provide consumers with clear, balanced and timely information concerning the risk of these products,” Federal Reserve Board Governor Susan Bies said at the end of last month. “It is important that consumers have the information they need at critical decision times, such as when selecting a loan product or when choosing a monthly mortgage-payment option.” One concern is that these products sound appealing. As prices increased, the potential pool of borrowers grew to include those who could not qualify for a traditional, 30-year fixed-rate home loan.
Chelsea star forced to shield himself after objects thrown by Wednesday fans ‘Spurs midfielder is just like Michael Carrick’, says ex-Chelsea star Joe Cole “It’s certain that if Chelsea wants to sign another striker [permanently], like Higuain, my future would look bleaker. As I’m practically out of contract in June, we’ll see what the best decision to take is.”Giroud has mainly been a back-up for Chelsea since his £18million switch from north to west London.He played second-fiddle to Alvaro Morata at the start of his Stamford Bridge tenure, and recently has been left out completely with Eden Hazard preferred as a false nine. Higuain was meant to take Chelsea penalty over Willian, Blues assistant reveals Chelsea 3 Sheff Wed 0 Live on talkSPORT: Free live stream and full commentary deal close Hudson-Odoi refuses to rule out Chelsea departure and Blues fans beg him to stay don’t go Don’t miss it Giroud has been linked with a move to Barcelona to support Suarez 3 Giroud replaced Higuain as Chelsea beat Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday On Sunday, he already got a taste of what life will be like with Higuain after replacing the 31-year-old late-on as Chelsea beat Sheffield Wednesday.And he has admitted to growing frustrated at not starting matches under Maurizio Sarri.He told ESPN, “I haven’t played much recently. The coach made the choice to play Eden up front. It’s a tactical choice that is to the detriment of the forwards who are real No. 9s.”One potential suitor for the World Cup winner is Barcelona, who have been linked with a move for the 32-year-old to support Luis Suarez. Chelsea defender ‘poised to sign’ contract extension no mistake Giroud, 32, has spent seven years in England with Arsenal and Chelsea, but has admitted the forward’s arrival has raised further questions on where his future lies.Speaking about a potential departure in the summer to French news outlet Canal Football Club, he said: “My agent is taking care of things. If they’re looking for a forward we’ll study the opportunities, whether it be there or elsewhere. 3 targeted Giroud is wary of his Chelsea future HIGH PRAISE LATEST CHELSEA NEWS 3 Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has admitted his future with the Blues looks “bleaker” following Gonzalo Higuain’s arrival at the club.The Argentine has signed on loan with the option for Chelsea to buy him in the summer for £31million. Chelsea want £40m ace, player rejects Spurs for Liverpool, Leeds to complete signing Willian double sends Chelsea cruising into FA Cup fifth round you take it gossip
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West Virginia ~ Property Tax: Joint Tenant Not Entitled to Sole Ownership After Payment of Tax Bill in Full
CCH Tax Day ReportThe West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals affirmed a judgment of the circuit court which dismissed a taxpayer’s civil action claiming full ownership of real property, partly owned by his sister, on the ground that there was no legal basis for awarding the other owner’s interest to the taxpayer. The taxpayer had paid the full amount of property taxes on the jointly-owned subject property for tax year 2014. Thereafter he filed a civil action claiming that his sister should cede her interest in the property because she had failed to shoulder her share of the tax burden, but this was dismissed by the circuit court. Under the applicable statute, holders of interests in real estate that are not separately assessed who pay taxes on the interest of another in the real estate may be subrogated to the lien of the state on the interest, provided they file their claim with the clerk of the county court within 30 days. On appeal, the Supreme Court observed that the taxpayer did not file his claim in writing with the clerk and had failed to provide a copy of the tax receipt as required by the statute; accordingly, the circuit court was found not to have erred in quashing the civil action.Mitchell v. Worrell, West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, No. 15-1183, November 18, 2016, ¶401-248
It could be argued that Google is THE Big Data company. Google is responsible for the majority of global search activity, it is profitable, and most importantly it has done a great job of finding value in Big Data. The majority of their revenue comes from selling advertisement and much has been written about how Google ranks search results. But this post is not about search results, instead it’s about what people are searching for and best ofall, anyone can interrogate this data using a free tool called Google Trends.What is Google Trends? How does it work?Google Trends is a free tool that shows the relative interest of search terms typed into the Google search engine. The key term here is‘relative.’ Just because the slope of a line is down doesn’t necessarily mean the search popularity of a term is decreasing in absolute popularity. It could be that other terms are increasing in popularity. It’s also important to note that Google Trends is based on a sample of data and the tool will sometimes not have enough search volume to show results (Like “snow storm” in Florida. Has anyone else used Google Trends in their company? If so, how did you use it? I wanted to share Google Trends for two reasons. Firstly, it provides some great information on the interests of consumers around the world. This information can be invaluable for understanding what consumers think of your brand. Secondly, it shows how Big Data can provide value to people without a technical background and (almost) no training. Uses for Google TrendsGoogle’s Chief Economist Hal Varian has done a good job of explaining some of the uses for Google Trends both in forecasting economic activity in the retail and real estate in his paper at Berkeley in 2011 is another great example. Also based on Google Trends data, Flu Trends gives an almost real-time estimate of current flu activity based on the number of flu-related searches. There was even a Nature article on using Google Trends to predict the Dow Jones Industrial Average. At Ford, we’ve used Google Trends to compare the search interest of different vehicle lines and found the geographic information to be very interesting.Conclusion Even with these limitations, Google Trends does a good job of showing relative search interest across a number of different dimensions, including geography, time, category of search, and by different types of search (e.g., web, news, image, shopping and YouTube.) In addition, the tool shows news headlines along the timeline as well as a forecast of the time series, where possible .