Financial merphology


Axiom of Charles Osgood

Nobody thinks they are making too much money.

Le Angle Law on Accounting

No one has ever quit doing business because they had to pay too much taxes because of too high profits.

Rouen's Law of Unexpected Financial Success

Following the money that fell from heaven, the tax inspector will soon fall on you straight from hell.

Martin's financial maxim

To live within your income, you have to borrow a lot of money.

Cade's law on budget allocation

The higher the budget, the less efficiently funds are allocated.

Spruance's dining law

The one who ordered the most expensive dishes always offers to pay the bill equally.

Banking company merger laws

1. What's good for your bank is nowhere near so good for you.

2. Your local office will be the first to close.

The law of reconciling the amounts in your bank account

In all disputable situations, the balance indicated by the bank will always be less than yours.

Firth's theorem

Five is a pretty good approximation to infinity.

Gualtieri's law of inertia

Where there is will, there is also lack of will.

Bender's Point Capital Accumulation Theorem

Since there are some banknotes wandering in the country, then there must be people who have a lot of them.

The paradox of Svetlov's borrowed funds

You take someone else's - and for a while, you give yours - and forever.

Bender's start-up capital inferiority law

You have to start a million-dollar business with a tangible shortage of banknotes.

Bender's axiom

The financial chasm is the deepest of all chasms, and you can fall into it all your life.

Chekhov's observation

When an actor has money, he sends not letters, but telegrams.

Meditation of La Rochefoucauld

Excessive haste in paying for a service rendered is a kind of ingratitude.

Smith's warning

People of the same profession rarely get together, even for fun, but their meetings end with a conspiracy against society or a plan to increase prices.

Emerson's Thirteenth Management Principle

Beware of the one who does not engage in idle conversations: he intends to either steal your walking cane or devalue your shares.

Foster's symptom

When a client starts to say "the interests of our shareholders", it is not good.

Kozak's call

What are you stealing from losses? Steal with profit!

Hongren's observation

The real world is often regarded as a special case among economists.


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