Survey Finds How Much Money ‘Buys’ Happiness

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(Courtesy: MGN Online)

They say money can’t buy happiness, but the results of a new study dispute that old adage.

According to, a survey of 5,000 people on four continents found 80 percent of the participants would be “really happy” with an annual net income of $161,810.

The results widely varied from the specific countries.

For example, in Dubai it would take $276,150 for the participants to be happy.

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