We all spend on frivolous things whether it be shoes, bags, gadgets, concert tickets, but is spending hard earned cash on these material items a bad idea?
AOL Personal Finance Expert and LearnVest.com Founder and CEO Alexa Von Tobel breaks down the way spending on your happiness could actually be a good investment.
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A new survey suggests that men outspend women 2 to 1 on Father's Day. But what exactly do dads want? Many want to just have the weekend off and spend some time golfing, so maybe a golf-related gift would work. Just spending time with dad on Father's Day can be memorable too, according to some fathers around the country.
Money, as we know, can lead to its fair share of woes. Sure, cash is king. It can buy organic food, the best schools and superior medical care. But some people believe money sucks. A bad attitude towards money won't help you get rich. In fact, it could make you poor! A Tom Corley study found that 98 percent of the poor are unhappy due to finances, compared to about 82 percent of the wealthy who claim happiness.