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Individuals’ satisfaction with their finances tends to improve more from increasing their assets rather than from paying down debt, according to research from Russell James and Scott Garrett, certified financial planners in Texas. So reports the Dallas Morning News.

The researchers followed investors for four years, but cautioned that personalities, such as the tendency to avoid accumulating debt, may have influenced the study’s findings.

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