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Truth creates money, lies destroy it.
— Suze Orman

The more I see of the moneyed classes, the more I understand the guillotine.
— George Bernard Shaw...

Behind every great fortune there is a crime.
— Honoré de Balzac

It is morally wrong to allow suckers to keep their money.
— "Canada Bill" Jones

He without benefit of scuples.
His fun and money soon quadruples.
— Ogden Nash

The wages of sin are unreported.
— Unknown wise person

What is a man if he is not a thief who openly charges as much as he can for the goods he sells?

— Mohandas K. Gandhi

We might make a public moan in the newspapers about the decay of conscience, but in private conversation, no matter what crimes a man may have committed or how cynically he may have debased his talent or his friends, variations on the answer "Yes, but I did it for the money," satisfy all but the most tiresome objections.
— Lewis H. Lapham

All the honesty in the world ain't legal tender for a loaf of bread.
— Josh Billings

Honor before profit; where practical.
— Gerald Barzan

Profit and morality are a hard combination to beat.
— Hubert H. Humphrey

But without money, honor is nothing by a malady.
— Jean Racine

Don't steal; thou'lt never thus compete successfully in business.
— Ambrose Bierce

Ill-gotten gains seldom prosper.
— French proverb

A good name is better than riches.
— French proverb

When I want a peerage, I shall buy it like an honest man.
— Lord Northcliffe

Do not seek dishonest gains: dishonest gains are losses.
— Hesiod

The rich man . . . is always sold to the institution which makes him rich. Absolutely speaking, the more money, the less virtue.
— Henry David Thoreau

Money dishonestly acquired is never worth its cost, while a good conscience never costs as much as it is worth.
— Jean Petit Senn

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