Yes, You Can Buy Happiness

It’s a well-known cliché that isn’t quite true: Money can’t buy happiness. On this episode of Good Money, we examine how money affects well-being, and how science says it can best be spent.

Today’s modern leaders face a different set of financial challenges than their predecessors did, but also far more opportunities. And the conventional wisdom of past generations is just that- conventional. Good Money is dedicated to demystifying personal finance for the modern leader, helping them prepare for a better future. Learning how to navigate your financial future shouldn’t be this fun. Good Money covers vital topics such as taxes, gold, day trading, money tips, saving, renting vs. buying and much more. Learn all things personal finance by checking out the rest of the series:

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18 Replies to “Yes, You Can Buy Happiness”

  1. "Money can't buy happiness" is the most retarded statement ever made by humanity. Shocking to see it is still perpetrated given that we have proof of the opposite. Trump didn't work a single day of his life and literally bought his presidency with money. Money will buy you power and time. The two things you need for happiness.

  2. I'm glad reading logical comments about money I was expecting boomers there who had been lied since their childhood

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