Ben Franklin (1706 - 1790) was one of the founding fathers of the
United States and popular businessman, politician and inventor. Although
most known for his creative ability to develop new ventures such as the
post office and libraries and reportedly finding electricity in the clouds,
Franklin also owned businesses including a publishing company, book
store, and newspaper. However, his business knowledge is often
overlooked.

Known for his uncommon wisdom that allowed him to paint pictures
with a few words Franklin is often quoted – even hundreds of years
later.  One such word picture shows his prowess in business.
“Beware of little expenses,” he said, “______”.
  1. Little often grows larger
  2. If you do not pay attention to small things, you cannot find
    success
  3. A small leak can sink a great ship
  4. Profit margins need to be controlled

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Of these potential answers only one paints a word picture in typical
Franklin style.
Ben Franklin:
Business expenses
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