How We Perceive Our Income

We don’t speak openly about our money – it’s “taboo”. By not discussing our actual earnings, we leave others with no choice but to make assumptions, based purely on how they see us behave with our money.

My maths teacher did an experiment with our class in high school, she wanted to know our perception of what our parents earned. 

This clever teacher understood the phenomenon, and wanted us to realise it while we were still young enough for it to make a difference: before we started earning our own salaries.

Editor's Comment
Implement the recommendations Mr. President

The nation is eagerly awaiting this report to have a glimpse of what the recommendations are like, possibly for further debate. Mr. President, it’s our ardent hope that true to your promises, the public will have an opportunity to peruse the report and see if it reflects their interests as the Commission went around the length and breadth of the country collecting views of the people with some choosing to write to the Commission’s...

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