People have argued for years that money cannot buy happiness, but economists at The National Bureau of Economic Research say that might not be true. After reviewing multiple datasets, they found that people across the world tend to be happier when they have more money. The Economist created a chart depicting the research of life satisfaction and income:

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money happiness Study reveals that more money does bring more happiness. Economist.com

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