Debt Quotes, Sayings about owing money - Page 2

“Never spend your money before you have it.”
– Thomas Jefferson

“The second vice is lying, the first is running in debt.”
– Benjamin Franklin

“Tis against some mens principle to pay interest, and seems against others interest to pay the principle.”
– Benjamin Franklin

“When you get in debt you become a slave.”
– Andrew Jackson

“Rather go to bed supperless, than rise in debt.”
– Benjamin Franklin

“The borrower is servant to the lender.”
– The Bible

“A church debt is the devil’s salary.”
– Henry Ward Beecher

“Running into debt isn’t so bad. It’s running into creditors that hurts.”
– Unknown

“A hundred wagon loads of thoughts will not pay a single ounce of debt.”
– Italian Proverb

“Christmas is the season when you buy this year’s gifts with next year’s money.”
– Unknown

“Promises make debt, and debt makes promises.”
– Dutch Proverb

“In God we trust; all others must pay cash.”
– American Proverb

“Before borrowing money from a friend, decide which you need most.”
– American Proverb

“The only man who sticks closer to you in adversity than a friend is a creditor.”
– Unknown

“There are four things every person has more of than they know; sins, debt, years, and foes.”
– Persian Proverb

“Interest on debts grow without rain.”
– Yiddish Proverb

“Debts are like children: the smaller they are the more noise they make.”
– Spanish Proverb

“It is poor judgment to countersign another’s note, to become responsible for his debts.”
– Bible

“He who promises runs in debt.”
– The Talmud

“I’m in debt. I am a true American.”
– Balki Bartokomous