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Some 52% of women generally were found to be saving adequately for their retirement, compared with 60% of men.
Some 42% of divorced women were considered to be saving adequately, compared with 47% of divorced men, the Women and Retirement Report found.
ASIC reviewed Mr Sandersons external administration of Nepean Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Pty Ltd (now deregistered) and found he failed to adequately discharge his duties in that he:
Salma Khaliq said pregnant women must be extremely careful in this regard as are vulnerable to Hepatitis E that if not adequately handled may lead to morbidity.
Just over 89% of Florida banks were Well Capitalized or Adequately Capitalized two years ago.
Adequately explain/quantify the harms of the intervention?
After his investigation of the case, the ombudsman concluded that, because the Commission failed to adequately follow its own procedural rules, it was impossible for him to adequately examine the issue of a possible conflict of interest in this case.
Within 60 days, First Banking Centre must take steps to become adequately capitalised, possibly by being acquired by another institution or increasing its equity through the sale of shares, the Fed said.
28 percent feel their plans may not adequately cover a serious illness such as cancer, stroke or heart attack.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has not provided effective oversight and has taken only "limited actions" to ensure that covered entities adequately implement patient privacy regulations contained in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, according to a report from the Health and Human Services Department's Office of Inspector General.