~ Samuel Rutherford

“Let your children be as so many flowers, borrowed from God. If the flowers die or wither, thank God for a summer loan of them.”

~ Norman Ralph Augustine

“It’s easy to get a loan unless you need it.” 

“America has so much debt, if she were a person she’d need a co-signer to get a car loan.” 

~ Dov Davidoff

“Good advice is never as helpful as an interest-free loan.” 

~ Mason Cooley

~ Evan Esar

“You can always make a loan at a bank if you can show sufficient evidence that you don’t need it.” 

~ Horace Kephart

“You may loan your last dollar to a friend; but never loan him your axe, unless you are certain that he knows how to use it.” 

~ Richard Steele

“The person, whom you favored with a loan, if he be a good man, will think himself in your debt after he has paid you.”

~ Mark Twain

“The only people that a bank will loan money to is the very people who don’t need it.”

~ Mervyn King

“When banks extend loans to their customers, they create money by crediting their customers’ accounts.”