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For 2018, 56 percent of women surveyed say saving money is their priority, while many men say finding love is theirs. (Photo: Shutterstock)

You might think it would be the other way around, with men seeking the ultimate paycheck and women looking for the right partner. But in an indication of how the world is changing, that’s not how one survey says it’s going to go next year.

In fact, according to the data from Varo Money, more men than women (34 percent, compared with 16 percent) hope to have more sex in the New Year, but it’s not all about sex.

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