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  • Access - your flexible friend ( Access Credit Card advertising slogan )
  • Access takes the waiting out of wanting ( Access Credit Card advertising slogan )
  • Adobe dollar ( Mexican currency )
  • After The Gold Rush ( Neil Young song )
  • All that glisters is not gold ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Almighty dollar
  • American Express? That'll do nicely sir ( American Express advertising slogan )
  • An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
  • Another day, another dollar
  • Ante up
  • As bold as brass
  • As good as gold ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • As safe as the Bank of England
  • At any cost
  • Aunt Millie
  • Bad money drives out good
  • Bad penny
  • Bang, bang, Maxwell's silver hammer came down upon her head ( The Beatles song lyric )
  • Bear market
  • Because life's complicated enough ( Abbey National advertising slogan )
  • Because the Citi never sleeps ( Citibank advertising slogan )
  • Beetle bank
  • Bet your bottom dollar ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Big box retailer
  • Billion Dollar Man ( Nickname of American politician Henry Nowak )
  • Black economy
  • Black market
  • Blood money
  • Bluff charge ( A movement towards by an animal towards its prey which is halted without attacking )
  • Born with a silver spoon in his mouth ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bought and paid for
  • Brass In Pocket ( The Pretenders song )
  • Brass monkey weather ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Brass tacks ( Cockney rhyming slang for facts )
  • Brazil, Russia, India And China - BRIC
  • Bread always falls butter side down ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bread and butter
  • Bread and circuses
  • Bread of life
  • Bread wi' nowt taken out ( Allinson's Bread advertising slogan )
  • Break bread
  • Break the bank
  • Brown bread ( Cockney rhyming slang for dead )
  • Buck House ( Nickname of Buckingham Palace )
  • Buck naked
  • Buck the system
  • Buck up
  • Buck up your ideas
  • Buck's fizz
  • Bull market
  • Burn a hole in your pocket
  • Capital cost
  • Capital injection
  • Carry the cost
  • Cash cow
  • Cash for questions
  • Cash for trash
  • Cash if you die, cash if you don't ( Lloyd's Life Insurance advertising slogan )
  • Cash in
  • Cash in hand
  • Cash in your cheques
  • Cash in your chips
  • Cash mob
  • Cash on the barrelhead
  • Cash on the nail ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cash up
  • Cast your bread upon the waters
  • Charge of the Light Brigade ( British cavalry charge against Russian army in the Crimean War and title of a poem by Tennyson )
  • Chasing nickels around dollar bills
  • Chasing the market
  • Chequebook journalism
  • Chip and charge
  • Chump change
  • Chunk of change
  • Cleaned out
  • Closing price
  • Coattail Investing
  • Coffee at its best ( Nescafe Gold Blend advertising slogan )
  • Coin a phrase ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Coin of the realm
  • Cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass monkey ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Come and talk to the listening bank ( Midland Bank advertising slogan )
  • Compare notes
  • Cookie jar accounting
  • Cool million
  • Corn and cluck for a buck ( Kentucky Fried Chicken advertising slogan )
  • Corner the market
  • Corporate cannibalism
  • Cost a pretty penny
  • Cost an arm and a leg ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cost control
  • Cost cutting
  • Cost effective
  • Cost the earth
  • Cottage economy
  • Count the cost
  • Cowboy marketing
  • Crash for cash
  • Creative accounting
  • Credit crunch
  • Crock of gold
  • Cross my palm with silver
  • Crowd funding
  • Crying all the way to the bank ( A catchphrase from Liberace )
  • Customer to customer
  • Cut a cheque
  • Cut off without a penny ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cyber Monday
  • Day late and a dollar short
  • Dead presidents
  • Doing a sterling job
  • Dollar Bill ( Nickname of basketball player Bill Bradley )
  • Domestos kills ninety-nine per cent of all known germs ( Domestos Bleach advertising slogan )
  • Don't say brown - say Hovis ( Hovis Bread advertising slogan )
  • Double dip recession
  • Earn an honest penny
  • Earn your corn
  • Earn your stripes
  • Easy money
  • Economic downturn
  • Economic refugee
  • Economy class
  • Economy class syndrome
  • Economy drive
  • Economy of scale
  • Embarrassment of riches
  • Emotion charged
  • Even money
  • Every dark cloud has a silver lining
  • Fair Trade
  • Fast buck
  • Feed the meter
  • Filthy lucre
  • Finder's fee
  • Fire Sale
  • First relationships last ( First National Bank of Chicago advertising slogan )
  • Five figures
  • Five for silver ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • Flash for cash
  • Folding money
  • Folsom Prison Blues ( Johnny Cash song )
  • Fool's gold ( a brassy yellow mineral that the inexperienced prospector may mistake for gold )
  • For love or money
  • For my, money
  • Foreign exchange
  • Fork out
  • Four figures
  • Fresh to the last slice ( Sunblest Bread advertising slogan )
  • From rags to riches
  • Front money
  • Funny money
  • Gentlemen we can rebuild him. We have the technology. ( A catchphrase from Six Million Dollar Man )
  • Get a gold star ( earn a merit point for doing well )
  • Get down to brass tacks
  • Get your money's worth
  • Glove money
  • Go for gold
  • Gold digger
  • Golden handcuffs
  • Golden handshake
  • Golden hello
  • Golden parachute
  • Good as gold ( Golden Flake Potato Chips advertising slogan )
  • Grease your palm
  • Green investing
  • Half a loaf is better than no bread
  • Half a pound of tuppenny rice, half a pound of treacle ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Hand to mouth
  • Hard cash
  • Hard times
  • Hard up
  • Hard, cold cash
  • Have your bread buttered on both sides
  • He knows the cost of everything and the value of nothing
  • Health, wealth and happiness
  • Heart Of Gold ( Neil Young song )
  • Heart of gold
  • Hedge fund
  • Help yourself ( invitation to take goods without payment )
  • Hit me on the hip
  • Hit the high notes
  • Hiyo Silver away ( A catchphrase from The Lone Ranger )
  • Hold the purse strings
  • Hole in the wall
  • Hot money
  • Hush money
  • I Can See Clearly Now ( Johnny Cash and Jimmy Cliff song and Nescafe advertising slogan )
  • I Walk The Line ( Johnny Cash song )
  • I'm in charge ( A catchphrase from Bruce Forsyth )
  • I'm not made of money
  • If you have to ask the price you can't afford it ( Rolls Royce slogan )
  • In Penny Lane there is a barber showing photographs ( Beatles song lyric )
  • In for a penny in for a pound
  • In the bank
  • In the money
  • Intellectual capital
  • Is your film as good as Gold? ( Kodak advertising slogan )
  • It Takes People Like You To Make People Like Me ( Buck Owens song )
  • It could be you ( UK National Lottery advertising slogan )
  • It won't break the bank
  • It's the economy stupid ( Political slogan )
  • King's ransom
  • Know which side your bread is buttered
  • Knowledge economy
  • Laugh all the way to the bank
  • Let it ride
  • Let's Spend The Night Together ( Rolling Stones song )
  • Let's see the colour of your money
  • License to print money
  • Liquid assets
  • Live today. Tomorrow will cost more ( Pan-Am World Airways advertising slogan )
  • Loaf of bread ( Cockney rhyming slang for head )
  • Look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves
  • Loose change
  • Mad money
  • Make a bundle of money
  • Man does not live by bread alone
  • Market jitters
  • Mattress money
  • Maxwell's Silver Hammer ( The Beatles song )
  • Men's evil manners live in brass; their virtues we write in water
  • Million Dollar Baby ( Hilary Swank / Clint Eastwood movie )
  • Million Dollar Bash ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Minimum wage
  • Mixed economy
  • Mom and Pop
  • Money For Nothing ( Dire Straits song )
  • Money Mike Jr. ( Nickname of Mike Conley Jr. )
  • Money back guarantee
  • Money can't buy you love ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Money doesn't grow on trees
  • Money doesn't talk, it swears
  • Money for old rope
  • Money is no object
  • Money is power
  • Money is the root of all evil
  • Money isn't everything
  • Money laundering
  • Money makes money
  • Money makes the world go round
  • Money spinner
  • Money talks
  • Money to burn
  • Money, That's What I Want ( The Beatles song )
  • Money, money, money ( ABBA lyric )
  • More bang for your buck
  • More money than sense
  • New Deal ( Franklin Roosevelt's social and economic reform )
  • New Economy
  • New money
  • Nonrenewable resource
  • Not a cough in a carload ( Old Gold Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Not a penny to bless yourself with,
  • Not many of them to the pound
  • Notes From The Underground ( Fyodor Dostoevsky book )
  • Offer price
  • Old money
  • On stream
  • On the money
  • One Cent ( Nickname of Anfernee Hardaway )
  • One night stand investment
  • Our entire economy is in danger
  • Out of pocket
  • Owe a favour
  • Owe it to yourself
  • Oxford scholar ( Cockney rhyming slang for dollar ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Paid up
  • Panic buying
  • Panic selling
  • Paper millionaire
  • Paper profit
  • Pass the buck
  • Pay the piper
  • Pay your way
  • Pennies from Heaven
  • Penny Lane ( Beatles song )
  • Penny Lane is in my ears and in my eyes ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Penny for your thoughts
  • Penny pinching
  • Penny wise, pound foolish
  • Pieces of eight
  • Piggy bank
  • Pin money
  • Pink pound
  • Plastic money
  • Play it again, Sam ( New York State Lottery advertising slogan )
  • Ponzi scheme
  • Pork barrel politics
  • Pork barrel spending
  • Pound for pound
  • Pound of flesh
  • Pound the pavement
  • Pretty penny
  • Price fixing
  • Price rigging
  • Profit margin
  • Pump and dump
  • Pump your money back into Canada ( Petro Canada, early advertising slogan )
  • Pure gold ( Benson & Hedges advertising slogan )
  • Put bread on the table
  • Put paid to
  • Put your hand in your pocket
  • Put your money on the Favorit ( Skoda Favorit advertising slogan )
  • Put your money where your mouth is
  • Pyramid scheme
  • Quick buck
  • Quid pro quo
  • Rags to riches
  • Raise a loan
  • Rake in the money
  • Rake it in
  • Reap the rewards of Money ( Money Magazine advertising slogan )
  • Redistribution of wealth
  • Revenue per available room
  • Revenue per occupied room
  • Right on the money
  • Ring Of Fire ( Johnny Cash song )
  • Risk averse
  • Risk capital
  • Risk management
  • Road to riches
  • Robber barons
  • Round trip trading
  • Rubber cheque ( a cheque that is returned ( bounced ) due to insufficient funds )
  • Run for your money
  • Scorched Earth Policy
  • See a penny and pick it up
  • See the face you love light up with Terry's All Gold ( Terrys Chocolates advertising slogan )
  • Seed capital
  • Seed money
  • Selling the family silver
  • Serious money
  • Share the wealth
  • Shell out
  • Shopping spree
  • Short change
  • Show me the money ( A catchphrase from Jerry Maguire )
  • Shut up and take my money ( A catchphrase from Futurama )
  • Silly money
  • Silver Blaze ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • Silver bullet ( a simple and seeming effortless solution to a difficult problem )
  • Silver circle
  • Silver fox ( a handsome grey-haired man )
  • Silver screen
  • Silver service ( a method of serving food using silver cutlery )
  • Silver surfer ( an older person who uses the World Wide Web )
  • Silver threads amongst the gold ( blonde hair that is turning grey )
  • Silver tongued ( eloquent or persuasive manner of speech )
  • Silver wedding ( a celebration of twenty-five years of marriage )
  • Six figures
  • Six for gold ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • Slush fund
  • Small fortune
  • Smart money
  • Soccer Mom indicator
  • Solo pound
  • Spectacles, testicles, wallet and watch
  • Speech is silver but silence is golden
  • Spend a penny
  • Spend money like water
  • Spend more time with my family
  • Spend the night with
  • Spend wisely - save wisely ( Brooke Bond Dividend Tea advertising slogan )
  • Spend, spend, spend
  • Splash the cash
  • Star of the silver screen
  • Stealth wealth
  • Sticker shock
  • Stinking rich
  • Stony broke
  • Strapped for cash
  • Sugar daddy
  • Sunrise industry
  • Sweetheart deal
  • TV gold
  • Take a bath
  • Take a flier
  • Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves
  • Take charge
  • Take home pay
  • Take the bread out of someone's mouth
  • Take the money and run
  • Take the money, open the box
  • Take the shilling
  • Ten a penny
  • That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine ( Gene Autry song )
  • The Bank of England ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The Brass Cupcake ( Nickname of Dee Dee McCall ( Stepfanie Kramer ) )
  • The Color Of Money ( Paul Newman / Tom Cruise movie )
  • The Gold Rush ( Charlie Chaplin movie )
  • The Gold Standard
  • The Man in Black ( Nickname of singer Johnny Cash )
  • The Money Man ( Nickname of Mehmet Okur )
  • The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street ( Nickname of The Bank of England )
  • The Ring Of Fire ( Johnny Cash song )
  • The Silver Fox ( Nickname of Edwin Snider )
  • The Silver Prince ( Nickname of Sourav Ganguly - Indian cricketer )
  • The bank of mum and dad
  • The bank that likes to say Yes ( Trustee Savings Bank advertising slogan )
  • The best that money can buy
  • The best thing since sliced bread
  • The bottom line is the bottom line is the bottom line
  • The bread always falls buttered side down
  • The buck stops here ( A political slogan by Harry S Truman )
  • The cheque is in the post
  • The family silver
  • The green stuff
  • The king was in his counting house counting out his money ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • The love of money is the root of all evil
  • The money shot
  • The other side of the coin
  • The penny drops
  • The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
  • The pound in your pocket
  • The public purse
  • The queen was in the parlour eating bread and honey ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • The sixty-four thousand dollar question
  • The streets of London are paved with gold
  • The world's local bank ( HSBC advertising slogan )
  • There are some things money can't buy. For everything else, there's Mastercard ( MasterCard advertising slogan )
  • There's gold in them thar hills
  • Think what we can do for you ( Bank of America advertising slogan )
  • This precious stone set in the silver sea, this sceptered isle
  • Throw your money around
  • Tidy sum
  • Time is money
  • To gild refined gold, to paint the lily
  • To save and invest, talk to Natwest ( Natwest Bank advertising slogan )
  • Together we make a great team ( Midland Bank advertising slogan )
  • Top dollar
  • Toss up ( flip a coin to decide on something )
  • True to you ( Julius Baer Private Bank advertising slogan )
  • Two buck chuck
  • Value for money
  • Visa's Delta blow to cheques ( Visa Delta Debit Card advertising slogan )
  • Vulture capitalist
  • Wage war
  • Wardrobe mistress ( a person in charge of the costumes of a theatrical company )
  • We have to earn our wings every day ( Eastern Airlines advertising slogan )
  • We make money the old fashioned way, we earn it ( Smith Barney advertising slogan )
  • We're tobacco men not medicine men. Old Gold cures just one thing. The World's Best Tobacco ( Old Gold Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Well off
  • What goes around comes around
  • What will you do with all the money you save? ( Toyota advertising slogan )
  • What's in your wallet? ( Capital One advertising slogan )
  • Where there's muck there's brass
  • Which bank? ( Commonwealth Bank of Australia advertising slogan )
  • White bread
  • White knight
  • With a hearty hiho Silver
  • With brass knobs on
  • With silver bells and cockle shells and pretty maids all in a row ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • With you, all the way ( State Bank of India advertising slogan )
  • Working capital
  • World economy
  • Worth one's weight in gold
  • You Are My Sunshine, My Only Sunshine ( Johnny Cash song )
  • You Never Give Me Your Money ( The Beatles song )
  • You can bank on it
  • You can take that to the bank
  • You can't take it with you
  • You cannot serve God and Mammon
  • You don't have to be Jewish to love Levy's Rye Bread ( Levy's Rye Bread advertising slogan )
  • You keep all your money in a big brown bag inside a zoo ( Beatles song lyric )
  • You pay your money and you take your choice
  • Your money or your life
  • Zombie funds

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