Can money buy happiness?

Maybe, answers Time magazine in its October 10, 2011, issue.

But buying things like a new car makes you happy “only in the moment,” warns Michael Norton, a Harvard Business School professor, who researches the psychology of happiness.

Spending on experiences like leisure and travel or on friends and loved ones can bring longer-term happiness. That’s because these expenditures usually create feelings of meaning and social connection.

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