The Joness are alive and well, and keeping up with them just got more expensive.
According to a 13-country survey by Skandia International, the global average income needed to be really happy is just under $162,000, compared to the mere $75,000 suggested by a Princeton study just a few years ago. More than an interesting statistic, this might well be a warning sign for many advisors.
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