It’s high time that we all broke the last taboo

We are no longer embarrassed when talking about sex.Death, disease and depression are discussed openly. And there isn’t a single bodily function that a comedian can’t make a joke about on television. But one taboo still remains.

13th November, 2010

We are no longer embarrassed when talking about sex.Death, disease and depression are discussed openly. And there isn’t a single bodily function that a comedian can’t make a joke about on television. But one taboo still remains.

Most people are still reluctant to discuss what they earn, or how much money they have.

We know precisely how much most chief executives earn. But our co-workers? Our neighbours? Most of us...

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