Quote by Benjamin Franklin: “An investment in knowledge always pays the best...”
An Investment in Knowledge Pays the Best Interest
Benjamin Franklin said this, not me. His buddies working at the printing press wanted to drink beer on Friday night and needed money. So Ben loaned them enough to go out that night, if when paid they paid him back with interest. By the time he was 53, he retired from active labor. Of course we all know he signed the Declaration of Independence and was totally involved in crafting the U. Using our risk-free system, top-notch planning tools, and one-on-one expert advice you can build wealth on ANY income. Our support Hotline is available 24 hours a day: or contact us via info moneymastery.
I enjoy reading educational quotes and thought it'd be fun to share this particular one by Benjamin Franklin, which definitely has a clever play on words! In our day, we often hear about financial services, IRAs, and which retirement plans will bring on the highest yield. When we see or hear words like "investment" and "interest" in the same sentence, together, it's not uncommon for us to correlate them with finances. Of course, Mr. Franklin's quote had an entirely different meaning to it. There's nothing wrong with planning for our financial future, but I personally agree that the biggest return on investment definitely comes from the knowledge and wisdom we accrue throughout our lifetime.