Quotations list about credit card, salary and checks captions for Instagram citing Christopher Parker, Earl Wilson and Jesse Jackson real-estate sayings.
Procrastination is like a credit card: it's a lot of fun until you get the bill.
— Christopher Parker
Modern man drives a mortgaged car over a bond-financed highway on credit-card gas.
— Earl Wilson credit card quote
A check or credit card, a Gucci bag strap, anything of value will do. Give as you live.
— Jesse Jackson
Money is a poor man's credit card.
— Marshall McLuhan
Upscale young men seem to go for the kind of woman who plays with a full deck of credit cards, who won't cry when she's knocked to the ground while trying to board the six o clock Eastern shuttle, and whose schedule doesn't allow for a sexual encounter lasting more than twelve minutes.
— credit card quotation by Barbara Ehrenreich
I know people think we drive around in these nice cars and we do whatever we want and our parents will pay our credit cards, but that's not the case. Sure, my parents were generous; I got a nice car at 16, but at 18 I was cut off. I've worked really hard. I opened the store myself.
You have two pages, that's the whole credit card agreement.
The terms are clear and flat and easy to see so anyone can read them. So you could lay four credit cards in front of you and say, 'Oh, that's the one that has the highest rate, that's the one that has the really scary provision that could hurt me.'
I get heartfelt thanks from all kinds of people.
Today I heard from a waitress in Georgia who has lost her job and is trying to figure out how her local bank can change the terms on her credit card, and I heard from a physicist at a major research university who wants to explain a better theory of financial stress tests.
There is no limit to what a man can achieve if he doesn't care who gets the credit.
Quite often I can be in a bookshop, standing beneath a great big picture of myself and paying for a book with a credit card clearly marked John Grisham, yet no one recognises me. I often say I'm a famous author in a country where no one reads.
You want 21 percent risk free? Pay off your credit cards.
Life was a lot simpler when what we honored was father and mother rather than all major credit cards.
Make the most of today!
Money is just the poor man's credit card.
We must take away the government's credit card.
With limits on both tax revenue and borrowing, the Federal government would finally be forced to get serious about spending cuts.
This is my ultimate fantasy: watching QVC with a credit card while making love and eating at the same time.
I haven't reported my missing credit card to the police because whoever stole it is spending less than my wife.
It is imperative that we make consumers more aware of the long-term effects of their financial decisions, particularly in managing their credit card debt, so that they can avoid financial pitfalls that may lead to bankruptcy.
You can always make a film somehow. You can beg, borrow, steal the equipment, use credit cards, use your friends' goodwill, wheedle your way into this or that situation. The real problem is, how do you get people to see it once it is made?
It's a wonderful thing to see a segment of our population that is open and eager to learn more about Chinese culture. It has filtered into the mainstream. You see credit-card ads on TV with white couples and Chinese babies.
All they need to do is to set up some website somewhere selling some bogus product at twenty percent of the normal market prices and people are going to be tricked into providing their credit card numbers.
The way the credit cards were made in the '80s to be a people's form of capitalism and be able to make it so that you could get a loan that you would have been denied previous, now that's the way stocks are.
Credit card companies pay college students generously to stand outside dining halls, dorms, and academic buildings and encourage their fellow students to apply for credit cards.
Every year the Federal Government wastes billions of dollars as a result of overpayments of government agencies, misuse of government credit cards, abuse of the Federal entitlement programs, and the mismanagement of the Federal bureaucracy.
High bankruptcy rates, increased credit card debt, and identity theft make it imperative that all of us take an active role in providing financial and economic education during all stages of one's life.
I'm constantly amazed that owners and managers of all businesses don't train their people to call the person who pays by credit card by name. It definitely makes the customer feel good and will be a factor in bringing them back to your place of business.
Most people don't grow up. It's too damn difficult. What happens is most people get older. That's the truth of it. They honor their credit cards, they find parking spaces, they marry, they have the nerve to have children, but they don't grow up.
There's always been a lot of information about your activities.
Every phone number you dial, every credit-card charge you make. It's long since passed that a typical person doesn't leave footprints.
Oh, I think there are a lot of people who would be buying and selling online today that go up there and they get the information, but then when it comes time to type in their credit card they think twice because they're not sure about how that might get out and what that might mean for them.
I have too many credit cards. You know what happened? Someone stole one and I didn't notice. I noticed when I got that bill. Whoa! It was so much less! I'm letting him keep it. I'm saving money!
Bad debt is debt that makes you poorer.
I count the mortgage on my home as bad debt, because I'm the one paying on it. Other forms of bad debt are car payments, credit card balances, or other consumer loans.
When I was young, people lived from paycheck to paycheck.
Today, it seems like they live from credit card payment to credit card payment.
The minute a Wall Street firm purchases your debt, your bank no longer has it on its financial statement, which then allows the bank to look for more credit card customers. That's one reason why you get so many credit card offers.
When I was a kid, there were no credit cards.
Instead, retailers offered layaway plans. My mom would go to a store, such as a furniture outlet, choose the sofa she wanted, and put it on layaway. That meant she put a little money down to hold the sofa, and every payday she'd pay a little toward the purchase.
Banks introduced the installment plan.
The disappearance of cash and the coming of the credit card changed the shape of life in the United States.