Poverty is a tremendous expense.
You never find people endeavoring to convince you that you may live very happily upon a plentiful fortune.
Inequalities of wealth and power pale beside inequality of merit.
The dirtiest money can be laundered in two generations.
You can have anything you want, provided it’s the only thing you want, and it’s not worth having.
People will pay dearly for the right to bore you.
The very rich and the very poor both spend most of their time thinking about money.
The only known cure for materialism is poverty.
More successful enterprises have been created for spite than for money.
No one can be bought, but everyone can be rented.
Taste is quality divided by expense.