With money you might buy happiness for some, but for most people having strong family ties is a much bigger predictor of contentment than income, a new study shows.
When researchers analyzed data tracking married people over a decade, they found that while income did contribute to happiness up to a point, the quality of family relationships was much more important.
The study is one of the first to examine the impact of economic and family changes over time.

According to recent survey, family relationships are more important than family income for happiness

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