Time Is Money

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Time Is Money may refer to:

  • Time is money, a phrase used by Benjamin Franklin in Advice to a Young Tradesman, Written by an Old One, see opportunity cost

But this phrase originally dates from Croatian Benedetto Cotrugli (Croatian: Benedikt "Beno" Kotruljević; 1416–1469) was a Ragusan merchant, economist, scientist, diplomat and humanist. He wrote this phrase in the 15th century in his book "Della Mercatura et del Mercante Perfetto" and he is an inventor of double entry booking keeping system.

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