"Change is good, but dollars are better” is a jocular saying that has been printed on many gift items, such as T-shirts, hats and mugs. The saying has been cited since at least 1995, when it was printed on a sweatshirt. It’s not known who authored the quotation.
12 May 1995, Garden City (KS) Telegram, “Rounding up print bites” by Dolores Hope, pg. 4, col. 1:
Sweatshirt messages: “Change is good, but dollars are better.”
22 January 1996, Marietta (GA) Daily Journal, “Tradition strikes out” (editorial), pg. 4A, col. 1:
Change is good, say the owners, And dollars are even better.
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Change is good. Dollars are better.
The Unofficial Guide to Investing in Mutual Funds
By Stacie Zoe Berg
New York, NY: Macmillan General Reference
Change is good, but dollars are better. — Unknown
July 2001, The Rotarian “Real bumper stickers,” pg. 56, col. 3:
Change is good-dollars are better.
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“Change is good, but dollars are better.” —Anonymous http://bit.ly/lNZyjh
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