New law in New Hampshire aims to fight financial abuse
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In a state with one of the oldest populations in the country, New Hampshire regulators are counting on a new law to protect the growing numbers of vulnerable adults.
The law allows securities brokerage firms and investment advisers to delay disbursement of funds from an investment account if they believe it could result in exploitation, the New Hampshire Bureau of Securities Regulation said Friday. The law goes into effect Sept. 8.