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Money Jokes

  • 20 Like You

    factoryA factory owner said to a store owner, "Thank you, Mr. Smith, for your patronage. I wish I had twenty customers like you."

    "Wow, it's nice to hear that, but I'm kind of surprised," admitted Smith. "You know that I argue every bill and always pay late."

    The factory owner said, "I'd still like twenty customers like you. The problem is, I have two hundred."

  • After Me

    bill couple"I have to have a raise," the man said to his boss. "Three companies are after me."

    "Is that so?" asked the manager. "What other companies are after you?"

    "The electric company, the telephone company, and the gas company."

  • Belly Bank

    wallet2Money Belts: a waist of money.

  • Education and Training

    credit cardI'd been working on my business degree for about a year when I finally got to take a popular finance course. I went to the bookstore to buy the textbook and was shocked to find out it would cost me $125. I asked how much it was worth if I sold it back at the end of the semester.

    "You'll get $50," said the clerk.

  • Fatherly Pride

    boy happyMy dad gave me one dollar bill
    'Cause I'm his smartest son,
    And I swapped it for two shiny quarters
    'Cause two is more than one!

    And then I took the quarters
    And traded them to Lou
    For three dimes--I guess he didn't know
    That three is more than two!

  • Give and Take

    brideAll eyes were on the radiant bride as her father escorted her down the aisle.

    They reached the altar and the waiting groom; the bride kissed her father and placed something in his hand.

    The guests in the front pews responded with ripples of laughter.

    Even the priest smiled broadly.

    As her father gave her away in marriage, the bride gave him back his credit card.

  • Grandkids

    man oldA wealthy old man looked around the table at his two sons and five daughters and their spouses gathered for a family reunion.

    "Not a single grandchild," he said with a sigh.

    "Why, I'll give a million dollars to the first kid who presents me with a little one to bounce on my knee. Now, let's say grace."

    When the old man lifted his eyes again, his wife was the only other person at the table.

  • Helping Out

    stampsFor a while my husband and I had opposite schedules.

    He worked during the day, and I worked at night.

    One morning I noticed he had left a note to himself on the kitchen counter that read, "STAMPS!"

    As a helpful surprise, I bought him some at the post office and put them on the counter before going to work.

    The next morning I found the same note.

    "STAMPS!" was crossed out.

    Underneath it he had written, "ONE MILLION DOLLARS!"

  • Looking Funny

    antique gas pumpsAccording to statistics, last year over 17 million American families paid a lot of money for things that looked funny and didn't work.

    Seven million of these were antiques; the rest were college students.

  • Oneliner #0972

    walletI wish my wallet came with free refills.

  • Oneliner #1014

    castWhenever someone asks me to sign their cast, I always like to write: "Last warning, you have a week to get the rest of the money together."

  • Oneliner #1202

    credit cardOne Liner Advice: It pays to buy things you dislike; they last much longer.

  • Party Increase

    balloonsThe price of balloons is going up. They blame it on inflation.

  • Poor Widow

    moneyA woman's husband dies and she has only $20,000 to her name.

    After everything is done at the funeral home and cemetery, she tells her closest friend that she has no money left.

    The friend says, "How can that be? You told me you still had $20,000 left just a few days before your husband died. How could you be broke?"

  • Seconds First

    doctor4A young woman wasn't feeling well and asked one her co-workers to recommend a physician.

    "I know a great one in the city, but he is very expensive. Five hundred dollars for the first visit, and one hundred dollars for each one after that."

    The woman went to the doctor's office and, trying to save a little money, cheerily announced. "I'm back!"

    Not fooled for a second, the doctor quickly examined her and said, "Very good, just continue the treatment I prescribed on your last visit."

  • Taking It With You

    Picture of PenniesAn old penny pincher had no friends. Just before he died he asked his doctor, lawyer, and pastor to gather around him at bedside.

    "I have always heard that you can't take it with you. But I want to disprove that theory," he said. "I have $90,000 under my mattress, and when I die, just before they throw the dirt on me at my burial, I want you each to toss in an envelope with $30,000 within."

    The three attended the funeral and each threw his envelope in the grave. On the way back from the cemetery, the pastor said, "I must confess. I needed $10,000 for my new church, so I only threw in $20,000."

    The doctor then said, "I must confess too. I needed $20,000 for a new hospital I was opening up, so I only threw in $10,000."

    The lawyer looked at them both and shook his head. He then said, "Gentlemen, I'm surprised, shocked, and ashamed of you. I don't see how you could dare to go against that man's final wish. I mean, I threw in my personal check for the full amount!"

  • You Know You're in Trouble When

    You know you'rein trouble when...

    face stressedYour accountant's letter of resignation is postmarked Zurich.

    Your suggestion box starts ticking.

    You make more than you ever made, owe more than you ever owed, and have less than you've ever had.

    The simple instructions enclosed aren't.

    People send your wife sympathy cards on your anniversary.

    The plumber floats by on your kitchen table.

    Your secretary tells you the FBI is on line 1, the District Attorney is on line 2, and CBS is on line 3.