George Carlin once said, "Money can't buy happiness, but it's more comfortable crying in a Porsche than on a bicycle."
Turns out he was only partly right - a lot more money buys happiness - that is if you're already doing just fine.
In a recent Harris Poll, people were asked how much money they'd need to earn to feel happy and less stressed.
Those who were making $200,000 a year said they would need an income of $350,000 to make them happy.
But for poor people who make under $25,000, they only need an income of $33,250 to make them jump for joy.
I guess it's a lot like power - the more we have, the more we want.