If you ask many Americans, happiness has been hard to come by this year. Amid market volatility, rising interest rates, increasing debt levels, and an uncertain economy, 2022 has been a challenge, to say the least. 

That’s why I wanted to pass along the Forbes article “The Two Ways To Ensure That Your Money Buys You Happiness.” In it, the author outlines two factors that have a much greater impact on your happiness than how much you make: First, how you earned it, and second, how you spend it. 

If you feel comfortable with these two things, your chance at happiness is better than most. (And if you’re not comfortable, let’s talk, because this is where I can assist.) 

Be sure to give the article a read and pass it on. I’ve also included some other hand-picked articles, hoping you find them useful and interesting. As always, reach out if you have a question or idea you’d like to discuss. 

Take care. I look forward to the next time we can connect.

The Two Ways To Ensure That Your Money Buys You Happiness

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Amid Inflation, Here’s How Some Americans Are Maxing Out Their 401(K) Plans

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Retirees Could Soon Get Their Biggest Social Security Raise in More Than 40 Years

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