65 Loan Quotes On Success In Life

These loan quotes will inspire you. In finance, a loan is the lending of money by one or more individuals, organizations, or other entities to other individuals, organizations, etc.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging loan quotes, loan sayings, and loan proverbs.

Best Loan Quotes

  1. “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.” ~ Samuel Rutherford
  2. “It’s easy to get a loan unless you need it.” ~ Norman Ralph Augustine
  3. “Students who acquire large debts putting themselves through school are unlikely to think about changing society. When you trap people in a system of debt, they can’t afford the time to think.” ~ Noam Chomsky
  4. “The earth, the air, the land and the water are not an inheritance from our fore fathers but on loan from our children. So we have to handover to them at least as it was handed over to us.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi
  5. “America has so much debt, if she were a person she’d need a co-signer to get a car loan.” ~ Dov Davidoff

  6. “The great common people of this country are slaves, and monopoly is the master. . . . The politicians said we suffered from overproduction. Overproduction, when 10,000 little children, so statistics tell us, starve to death every year in the United States. . . . We will stand by our homes and stay by our fireside by force if necessary, and we will not pay our debts to the loan-shark companies until the government pays its debts to us.” ~ Mary Elizabeth Lease
  7. “Good advice is never as helpful as an interest-free loan.” ~ Mason Cooley
  8. “It may be that these loan arrangements conform to the letter of the law, but they do not conform to the spirit of the law and to the principle of transparency on which it is based.” ~ Bill Vaughan
  9. “What people do is they pay the small loans first. Why? Because they enjoy making the number of loans smaller. But of course it is a very ineffective way to pay debt down.” ~ Dan Ariely
  10. “You can always make a loan at a bank if you can show sufficient evidence that you don’t need it.” ~ Evan Esar

  11. “Remember that in most cases, student loan debt is not dischargeable in bankruptcy. So you continue to pay it off anyway. Those who have very low interest rates (2-2.5 percent) on student loans and know everything is secure, great.” ~ Suze Orman
  12. “Tolkien understood about the things that happen after the end. Because this is after the end, this is all the Scouring of the Shire, this is figuring out how to live in the time that wasn’t supposed to happen after the glorious last stand. I saved the world, or I think I did, and look, the world is still here, with sunsets and interlibrary loans. And it doesn’t care about me any more than the Shire cared about Frodo.” ~ Jo Walton
  13. “When the fountains of government [borrowing] abundance began to dry up, when through lack of funds and the impossibility of negotiating fresh loans the state was forced to check the extension of bureaucracy and to put a stop to public works, then and then only did the Italians realize what it meant to have allowed themselves to be made one of the most heavily taxed nations in the world.” ~ John T. Flynn
  14. “My dear, dear Lord, The purest treasure mortal times afford Is spotless reputation; that away Men are but gilded loan or painted clay… Mine honor is my life; both grow in one; Take honor from me, and my life is done.” ~ William Shakespeare
  15. “A horse can lend its rider the speed and strength he or she lacks – but the rider who is wise remembers it is no more then a loan.” ~ Pam Brown

  16. “I think a trillion dollars of student loans and a massive skills gap are precisely what happens to a society that actively promotes one form of education as the best course for the most people. I think the stigmas and stereotypes that keep so many people from pursuing a truly useful skill, begin with the mistaken belief that a four-year degree is somehow superior to all other forms of learning.” ~ Mike Rowe
  17. “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.” ~ Horace Kephart
  18. “I’ll release my tax returns when Barack Obama releases his college transcripts and the copy of his admission records to show whether he got any loans as a foreign student. When he releases that, talk to me about my tax returns.” ~ Mike Huckabee
  19. “The contented and economically comfortable have a very discriminating view of government. Nobody is ever indignant about bailing out failed banks and failed savings and loans associations… But when taxes must be paid for the lower middle class and poor, the government assumes an aspect of wickedness.” ~ John Kenneth Galbraith
  20. “The liquid drops of tears that you have shed
    Shall come again, transform’d to orient pearl,
    Advantaging their loan with interest
    Of ten times double gain of happiness.” ~ William Shakespeare
  21. “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.” ~ Richard Steele

  22. “There is no question that a breakup of the euro would be very damaging, very costly, both financially and politically. And the biggest loss would be incurred by Germany. Germans have to bear in mind that, effectively, they have suffered practically no losses so far. Transfers have all been in the form of loans, and it is only when the loans are not repaid that real losses will be incurred.” ~ George Soros
  23. “If you look at what’s happened to the stock market, if you look at what’s happened to housing values, if you look at what’s happened to bank loan portfolios because the value of their other assets that they’ve already issued loans against were going down, there was a pretty good argument for trying to pass something at about this level of investment with the divisions as they were – unemployment, food stamps, and tax cuts, aid to education and healthcare, and job creation.” ~ William J. Clinton
  24. “Imagine if, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Gulf Coast residents had to wait on Democrats and Republicans to agree on cuts before receiving clean water or loans to rebuild. Congress’ negotiations often come slow or not at all.” ~ Cedric Richmond
  25. “[Wendy] Davis [pursued] higher education, as her campaign website says, with ‘the help of academic scholarships, student loans, and state and federal grants.’ Now that she is in a high-profile and hotly partisan race, it has come out that she also benefited from the moral and financial support of her second – now ex – husband. In the process, though, behavior we would expect and hardly notice in a man is being portrayed as freakish and problematic in a woman.” ~ Liza Mundy
  26. “… thething I am proudest of in my whole business life is that I do not take, that I never took in all my life, and never, never! will take, one single penny more than 6% on any loan or any contract.” ~ Hetty Green

  27. “Resolution Trust Company was set up to liquidate a bunch of assets that the government had inherited because the savings and loans went broke. So the savings and loans went broke, the government stepped in, paid off depositors, and now they’re left with this mass of assets to sell. We’re not talking about selling here, we’re talking about buying intelligently. They were selling what they got handed to them by a bunch of savings and loan operators that had in many cases had done some very dumb thing. But their job was to liquidate it. And they liquidated.” ~ Howard Warren Buffett
  28. “My opinion has always been this, that you ought to never give up as long as you live, even though they have stolen everything from you. If nothing else, you can always call the air you breath your own, or at any rate you can claim that you have it on loan. Yes, lass, last night I ate stolen bread and left my son among men who are going to use pick-handles on the authorities, so I thought I might just as well look you up this morning.” ~ Halldór Laxness
  29. “Even if you feel like your debt is just never going to go away, think long and hard before declaring bankruptcy. Declaring bankruptcy means that getting a loan for anything will be next to impossible for the next 10 years.” ~ Alexa Von Tobel
  30. “The only people that a bank will loan money to is the very people who don’t need it.” ~ Mark Twain

  31. “A banker who is allowed to borrow money at X and loan it out at X plus Y will just go crazy and do too much of it if the civilization doesn’t have rules that prevent it.” ~ Charlie Munger
  32. “In our modern world of interdependent nations, hardly any state can wage war successfully without raising loans and buying war materials of every kind in the markets of other nations.” ~ Arthur Henderson
  33. “Historically, usury was defined as any interest whatever on an unproductive loan.Our whole banking system I have ever abhorred, I continue to abhor, and I shall die abhorring.” ~ John Adams
  34. “I’ve asked our people, “Why don’t we just put a revolver on top of our basic loan?” Make it easier for the client.” ~ Jamie Dimon

  35. “The best way to look at any business is from the standpoint of the clients. So there are these certain basic things that aren’t going to change. Companies are going to have needs for equity, debt, advice, FX, and derivatives. Individuals are going to have needs for auto loans, mortgages, something that looks like a deposit account, and the ability to send money to people. Those things aren’t going to change.” ~ Jamie Dimon , Auto loan quotes
  36. “When I get asked the question, “Do I want to loan you money?” I want to know, how much do you earn? How much do you owe? What is your net worth? When people talk about countries for some reason they only ask how much did you earn and what’s your debt?” ~ George Friedman
  37. “We have to do more to make it easier for parents to balance work and family. If you left college with a ton of loans, it`s not enough just to make college more affordable. You need help right now with the debt you already have.” ~ Hillary Clinton

  38. “Government’s running the student loan program; what in the world could be wrong with it? If the government’s running it, if Obama’s taken it over, and he’s got a lot of compassion, a big heart, loves people, what could possibly be wrong with it? And then the subject of tuition came up, and how come tuition never gets cut? Why does tuition always go up? Guarantee, folks, when you subsidize something, if you run a university and the government’s gonna subsidize parts of your operation, why in the world should you cut anything?” ~ Rush Limbaugh
  39. “You can use the [Barack] Obama administration as a recent example. For seven years they’ve been unopposed. The Republican Party’s not trying to stop ’em on a single thing. Much of Obama’s agenda has been a success. He has been able to attack various traditions, institutions, and taken over the health care system in this country. They’ve taken over the student loan, they’ve taken over the education system, and everybody in it is miserable and unhappy.” ~ Rush Limbaugh
  40. “When banks extend loans to their customers, they create money by crediting their customers’ accounts.” ~ Mervyn King

  41. “I grew up with a single mom who was a waitress. We were on food stamps. My mom then got Pell Grants, put herself through college to get a degree to get a better job. Because we were broke, I then had to go to a state school. I went to Temple University, and had to get loans. So I grew up in a world where I saw the government helping individuals pull themselves up, and saw it work very successfully.” ~ Adam McKay
  42. “We can talk about republican or democratic approaches to the economy, but until you fix the student loan bubble – and that’s where the real bubble is – and the tuition bubble, we don’t have a chance. All this other stuff is shuffling deck-chairs on the Titanic.” ~ Mark Cuban
  43. “Sometimes there are customers who get in difficulty because of situations that are out of their control. These are customers with genuine needs, and the role of the bank is to accommodate these customers, and there is a real need to reschedule the loans of these customers.” ~ Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair
  44. “In Germany, college tuition is free. In America, college tuition is increasingly unaffordable. In a highly competitive global economy, which country do you think will have the best educated work force and a competitive advantage? We must make tuition free in public colleges and universities and substantially reduce interest rates on student loans.” ~ Bernie Sanders
  45. “[T]he first bad bank loan was no doubt made around the time of the opening of the first bank.” ~ James Grant

  46. “I saw a man walk into my camera viewfinder from the left. He took a pistol out of his holster and raised it. I had no idea he would shoot. It was common to hold a pistol to the head of prisoners during questioning. So I prepared to make that picture – the threat, the interrogation. But it didn’t happen. The man just pulled a pistol out of his holster, raised it to the VC’s head and shot him in the temple. I made a picture at the same time. (On his 1968 photograph of the summary street corner execution of prisoner Nguyen Van Lem by South Vietnam’s police chief, Lt. Col. Nguyen Ngoc Loan.)” ~ Eddie Adams
  47. “Growth at an exceptional rate is a red flag in banking. It is hard enough to manage an ordinary bank; to control a sprouting weed is well-nigh impossible. If loans are expanding too quickly, the lending officers have probably been saying ‘yes’ too frequently.” ~ James Grant
  48. “If you must write prose or poems, the words you use should be your own. Don’t plagiarize or take ‘on loan’. There’s always someone, somewhere, with a big nose, who knows, who’ll trip you up and laugh when you fall.” ~ Steven Morrissey
  49. “I have already released my financials, which are massive, and, by the way, which showed a tremendous company. It’s over $10 billion in net worth that I have built with a very, very small starter loan years ago.” ~ Donald Trump
  50. “I would also certainly continue to keep loan repayment interest rates as low as possible. And I would spread the financial aid a little less thinly across all income brackets.” ~ Charles M. Vest

  51. “White people scare the crap out of me. I have never been attacked by a black person, never been evicted by a black person, never had my security deposit ripped off by a black landlord, never had a black landlord, never been pulled over by a black cop, never been sold a lemon by a black car salesman, never seen a black car salesman, never had a black person deny me a bank loan, never had a black person bury my movie, and I’ve never heard a black person say, ‘We’re going to eliminate ten thousand jobs here – have a nice day!'” ~ Michael Moore
  52. “You’ve seen certain credit type products that are going to be in nonbanks, like sophisticated CLO [collateralized loan obligation] tranches and stuff where the capital charge is so high that a bank simply will not own it. Someone will buy it, hedge it, trade it. But it won’t typically be a bank.” ~ Jamie Dimon , Loan quotes credit
  53. “This is deeply disturbing. Congress provided loans to help businesses hurt by the Sept. 11 attacks, not to be used as an accounting gimmick to cover up this administration’s failure to provide for small businesses.” ~ John F. Kerry
  54. “Downey Savings & Loan receives high ratings from its customers in California in areas related to personal service and for being customer focused. Downey customers are also twice as likely to visit a branch as their primary transaction method, which contributes to higher overall satisfaction levels. Multiple convenient locations and extended operating hours in supermarkets positively increase customer perceptions of convenience for Downey.” ~ Jeffery Taylor
  55. “For the college years we will provide scholarships to high school students of the greatest promise and greatest need and guarantee low-interest loans to students continuing their college studies.” ~ Lyndon B. Johnson

  56. “See where Congress passed a two billion dollar bill to relieve bankers’ mistakes. You can always count on us helping those who have lost part of their fortune, but our whole history records nary a case where the loan was for the man who had absolutely nothing. Our theory is to help only those who can get along, even if they don’t get a loan.” ~ Will Rogers
  57. “The whole financial structure of Wall Street seems to rise or fall on the mere fact that the Federal Reserve Bank raises or lowers the amount of interest. Any business that can’t survive a one percent change must be skating on thin ice.
    Why even the poor farmer took a raise of another ten percent just to get a loan from the bank, and nobody from the government paid any attention. But you let Wall Street have a nightmare and the whole country has to help to get them back into bed again.” ~ Will Rogers
  58. “But we can’t alibi all our ills by just knocking the old banker. First he loaned the money, then the people all at once wanted it back, and he didn’t have it. Now he’s got it again, and is afraid to loan it, so the poor devil don’t know what to do.” ~ Will Rogers
  59. “Question- Should I loan a small amount of money to a friend? Answer- If you are sure that you can, if necessary, spare both.” ~ Judith Martin

  60. “We want the accursed foreclosure system wiped out…. We will stand by our homes and stay by our firesides by force if necessary, and we will not pay our debts to the loan-shark companies until the government pays its debts to us.” ~ Mary Elizabeth Lease , Loan quotes home loan
  61. “What you lend is lost; when you ask for it back, you may find a friend made an enemy by your kindness. If you begin to press him further, you have the choice of two things – either to lose your loan or lose your friend.” ~ Plautus
  62. “If you wanted to create jobs in a way that has minimal effect on the deficit but has government action, the two best things you could do are the infrastructure bank and a simple SBA-like loan guarantee for all building retrofits, where the contractor or the energy-service company guarantees the savings. So that allows the bank to loan money to let a school or a college or a hospital or a museum or a commercial building unencumbered by debt to loan it on terms that are longer, so you can pay it back only from your utility savings. You could create a million jobs doing that.” ~ William J. Clinton
  63. “Restraining, saving, assuring your checkbook balance…what does all that amount to? If I go broke one day I’ll just take out loans” ~ Novella Takemoto

  64. “Indeed, the FHA was born out of the Great Depression, which was also caused in significant part by a foreclosure crisis. Mortgages in the early 1930s were mostly three- to five-year ‘bullet’ loans, which did not amortize and were due in full at maturity.” ~ Mark Zandi
  65. “It is hard to be enthusiastic about the economy’s prospects when house prices are falling: Households spend less, small business owners can’t use homes as collateral for loans and local governments are forced to cut jobs and programs as property-tax revenue disappears.” ~ Mark Zandi

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