Business in Action, 9th Ed.
Appendix D: Personal Finance: Getting Set for Life
"A decade ago, a study from Princeton University made headlines for showing that an income level of $75,000 per household was the sweet spot for happiness, and that earnings above that level, surprisingly, did not result in additional boosts.
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There's so much money advice out there that it can be difficult to differentiate the good ones from the bad ones.
"A new study shows just how hard it is for many Americans to get ahead.
Building brand awareness and successfully interacting with consumers is a crucial part of doing business today.
"If you decide to make the leap and launch a business, the people in your life -- from family and friends to investors -- will all have opinions that they will gladly share with you, sometimes whether you ask them to or not.
"In most of America, earning $100,000 a year could be considered a sign of success.
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"Not the worst, just the most miserable.
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