We have been told over and over that money can buy everything except happiness or love. eHarmony conducted a survey and it seems that at least half of that statement is false.
The dating site asked 2,000 "everyday Americans" currently in relationships how they felt about their current love situations. 64 percent of them reported that they were happy with their life and partner.
When the dating site asked the same question to households that make $200,000 or more per year, being "happy" was elevated to "completely in love" 71 percent of the time.
With 27 percent of arguments stemming from money issues, it really is no wonder that more money in a relationship means less problems.
Check out other interesting love statistics courtesy of eHarmony.com below.
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