How Much Money Would Make You Happy?
According to an survey by CNN Money, it’s not as much as you might think. As we go out into the working world, our desire is to make a lot of money. Dreaming of being a millionaire sounds really good, but when you get down to it, most of know that this is unrealistic. As long as we’re not wondering where the next meal is coming from, most of us are content with just making a good salary. When people were asked how much money would make them happy, just over half of them said it would take less than $100,000.
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