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Men and women have different financial regrets. Here's how to slay them

Men and women have different financial regrets. Here's how to slay them

Finance
How to save $ 1,000 this yearMen and women aren't too far apart on their financial expectations, but their biggest financial regrets diverge. Men's biggest money regret is not investing, while women's biggest financial regret is not saving, according to a study from Go Banking Rates. The survey found that nearly 15% of men said not investingwas their top financial regret compared to about 9% of women. Men are also more likely than women to have a fear of losing money in the stock market. Men also have a stronger regret of falling into debt and even putting money toward college. Women's top regret, according to the study, was not saving enough. And for good reason: a higher percentage of women than men have less than $ 1,000 in a savings account and 36% of women (versus 33% of men) have ...
Phil Neville a candidate for England women head coach role

Phil Neville a candidate for England women head coach role

Sports
Former Manchester United and England full-back Phil Neville is a contender to take over as England women's boss.Mo Marley has been in temporary charge since Mark Sampson was sacked following evidence of "inappropriate behaviour" in a previous role in September.But Neville, who has previously coached with Manchester United, Valencia and England Under-21s, would represent a surprise appointment.England are ranked third in the world, with the 2019 World Cup due in France.The Football Association (FA) had planned to appoint a new head coach by the end of 2017, however several potential appointments dropped out of the running.Emma Hayes said she wanted to remain as Chelsea boss while former Arsenal coach Laura Harvey and Canada manager John Herdman moved to new roles.Rumours of 40-year-old Nevi...
S.Korea-Japan deal on “comfort women” was secretly brokered to avoid criticism

S.Korea-Japan deal on “comfort women” was secretly brokered to avoid criticism

World
SEOUL, South Korea, Dec. 27 (UPI) -- A 2015 agreement to resolve the issue of Japan's wartime sexual slavery of Korean women was brokered secretly by the former Park Geun Hye government to avoid a public backlash, according to a Seoul government task force.Seoul's foreign ministry on Wednesday announced the results of a months-long review on how the widely criticized pact had been negotiated by the previous Park Geun Hye administration.The two counties agreed in December 2015 to resolve the sex slavery issue "finally and irreversibly" end to the issue with Tokyo issuing an apology for its wartime atrocities and contributing $ 8.9 million towards a foundation to support the elderly victims.However, the deal was hit with widespread criticism from the Korean public, as the negotiations had fa...
Study finds infertility increases risk of death in women

Study finds infertility increases risk of death in women

Health
Nov. 1 (UPI) -- New research from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Medicine have found that women who have experienced infertility are at an increased risk of death.The study will be presented this week at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine Scientific Congress & Expo in San Antonio.Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at Penn analyzed data form 78,214 women enrolled in the National Cancer Institute's Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian Cancer screening trial between 1992 and 2001, who were then followed for 13 years. About 14.5 percent of women in the study reported infertility problems."While associations between infertility and overall health have been noted in the male population, until now, the relationship between a woman's fertility and her over...
Saudi Arabia to allow women to drive

Saudi Arabia to allow women to drive

World
Women in Saudi Arabia will soon have the right to drive, according to a royal decree issued by the country's King Salman.The kingdom has long been the only state in the world where women are prohibited from driving, and the ban has been the subject of extensive protests in and outside the country.In the royal decree issued on Tuesday, King Salman stated women would have the right to obtain driving licences.A ministerial body will be formed to advise on the change within the next 30 days, and will go on to implement the new rules by June 2018, according to the decree.The news was met with joy in Saudi Arabia, with men and women dancing in the streets in celebration.Image:Women have come to depend on taxis and ride hailing services like UberThe Saudi ambassador to the US said the guardianshi...