The Beatles told us money can’t buy love.

But can it buy happiness? Economists say yes, to a point.

According to a 2016 study by Case Western Reserve University, household income impacts both emotional wellness and perceived quality of life.

The difference in emotional gains is greatest before $70,000 and reaches zero around $200,000.

Research says dollars do make a difference, and personal finance writers agree.

GOBankingRates surveyed 12 popular finance bloggers and money pros to learn more about the ways in which cash affects the quality of life.

From reducing stress to offering people the freedom to live life as they desire, here are 12 ways money can buy happiness.