If that idea means owning newer appliances than before, then money can buy you happiness. If that idea is going out to eat dinner more often, then money can buy you happiness. But, if happiness is truly living one’s life to the fullest, then money cannot buy happiness. People know that this idea of happiness is materialistic and shallow, and.
A brief introduction. A lot of research has been done on the effects of money on happiness. Some claim that money could never buy happiness. Other studies state that money does buy happiness, but only up to a certain level. What none of these studies have done, however, is to use quantitative analysis to answer this critical question.