“Money can’t buy happiness” is a very popular saying. “Whoever said money can’t buy happiness didn’t know where to shop”, generally used as a retort to the previous statement, is even more popular. That is probably not the best way to put it, but money does possess the power to make people happy for the sole reason that it provides security.
The definition of security differs from person to person. For some it means having enough food and not worrying about expenses while shopping for groceries. For some it means being able to afford a house without worrying about how they are going to repay the mortgage. Again for some it means being able to send their children to good schools and colleges. Whatever form security acquires, it is an undisputed fact that having money relieves people of the stress of sustenance.