Josh Martin

Money and Happiness
Money and Happiness

Believe it or not, money can only make you so happy. A new analysis by investment group Advisor Perspectives finds that in Hawaii, for example, making money beyond $122,175 a year would not translate in to more happiness. In Mississippi, the threshold at which money stops making people happier is just $65,850 a year. Here in New York we fall into the $90,000 and above category. I guess that seems about right. At some point, YOU have to take control of your happiness. I have to say, I’m super thankful to live in an area like the Finger Lakes where happiness is just a step away. From the lakes themselves to the wineries, to the community events and festivals; be happy and have some fun this weekend, Finger Lakes Top 10 will show you how!

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