Anyone pretending he has no interest in money is either a fool or a knave.
The only way not to think about money is to have a great deal of it.
I must say I hate money, but it’s the lack of it that I hate most.
People who think money can do anything may very well be suspected of doing anything for money.
Some people think they are worth a lot of money just because they have it.
What I know about money, I learned the hard way – by having had it.
Money speaks sense in a language all nations understand.
We can tell our values by looking at our checkbook stubs.
The two most beautiful words in the English language are “check enclosed.”
Money is the barometer of a society’s virtue.
So you think that money is the root of all evil? Have you ever asked what is the root of money?
Money can be more of a barrier between people than language or race or religion.
Money isn’t everything, your health is the other ten per cent.
Friends and good manners will carry you where money won’t go.
The best way to attract money, she had discovered, was to give the appearance of having it.
It is true that money attracts; but much money repels.
Money is of value for what it buys, and in love it buys time, place, intimacy, comfort, and a private corner alone.
Money creates taste.
I make money using my brains and lose money listening to my heart. But in the long run my books balance pretty well.
As soon as you bring up money, I notice, conversation gets sociological, then political, then moral.
Money dignifies what is frivolous if unpaid for.