Monthly Archives: December 2012

If you were a public worker, what would your pension be?

There’s an interesting little tool out from the pension reform camp that lets you pretend you’re a public employee, and calculate how much your pension would be when you retire — and then see how much cash you’d need as a regular … Continue reading

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Why are women in charge of household health?

Photo by Jebb Harris, the Register. A new study out of Canada reveals a lot about the dynamics of the married household. It confirms that women, decades after having left behind that permanently-tied apron and venturing into the same workplaces … Continue reading

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