Scientists have long been perplexed about how to measure such a thing as happiness. Studies that examine relationships between money and happiness raise the idea that although money may not directly bring us happiness beyond taking care of our basic needs, it has the potential to add peripheral benefits that can lead to more happiness.
Money does not just buy things but also experiences. How many beautiful memories come to mind because you gave yourself permission to spend money on a new experience or adventure.
We use money every day but perhaps money and happiness doesn't even belong together in the same sentence. Does money truly make you happy? Do we usually make money decisions based on emotions, not facts?
A federal judge has just approved the largest automotive industry settlement in US history. Volkswagen’s has settled with regulators and owners of 475,000 diesel vehicles to the tune of nearly $15 billion. The German automaker says it will begin buying back the vehicles in mid-November.
Our early experiences with money, especially ones with high emotion attached to them, seem to be indelibly imprinted on our psyches. They are like little emotional buttons that, when pushed, remind ussubliminally of what we learned, way back when.
We all know that the best auto makers aren’t defined by just one car – unless of course we’re talking about an iconic brand like the Lamborghini or Ferrari. For the rest of us, the best car makers are those that consistently deliver a range of vehicles that serve their customers well. Consumer Reports has [...]
[vc_row][vc_column width="2/3"][vc_column_text] In The Market For A Used Car? Beware Of Flood Damaged Cars Are you in the market to buy a used car? With the Louisiana floods on many of our minds, we wanted to make you aware of a potential scam related to flood-damaged cars. These scams happen all too frequently as an outcome [...]