New research proves (sort of) that our old assumption that money can’t buy happiness is not exactly true. Good to know! It doesn’t matter how much you spend, it just matters how you spend it.
Of course there are several other ways to look at the matter.
For example, until you have enough money to pay your basic needs, money certainly reduces stress and at least indirectly increases (buys) happiness. Once you cover your needs, more money delivers greatly reduced incremental returns.
Got another perspective? Please share!