The pricetag of happiness? $75,000 A new study out of Princeton University shows that money can help with happiness, but only to a point. That point, the researchers say, is around $75,000 in annual household income. Above that, more cash doesn't necessarily mean better "emotional well-being."9:06 a.m.
Laura Rowley: Writes the "Money and Happiness" column for Yahoo Finance. She is a former business reporter and adjunct professor of religious studies at Seton Hall University.
Barry Schwartz: Dorwin Cartwright Professor of Social Theory and Social Action at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania. His most recent book is "The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less."