We cannot calculate the exact amount of money as it depends or vary from person to person. A person can live a happy life with a small amount of money and on other side, a person may have lot of money but without happiness. So it all depends on our necessity and desire. One more thing, Whatever it is, if it is limited we will be happy, beyond to anything we have to suffer.
I can't be the only one who thinks the answer is in a quote from Wall Street 2: "more".
For me, personally, the answer is: a ton. I'm massively in debt; at this point, the easiest way I can see to break even in the next 25 years is to get hit by a bus so my life insurance pays off.
Well this is one question which may not be having an exact answer , the richest person wants more money to be on top forever , poor wants more money to match upto a good living standards . So it always answered with one word " MORE the MERRIER "
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