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There isRabbi Zamir Kohen, in many of his Thursday night classes in Tel Aviv, has mentioned that family or friends should preferably not go into business together (B"N I will find a clip of him saying so).

I've also encountered this teaching in non-Jewish sources (example 1, example 2) which states that "bloodalbeit in a slightly different wording: "money and moneyblood don't mix" (i.e. that family or friends should not do business together). Is there a Jewish source for this teaching?

There is a teaching (example 1, example 2) which states that "blood and money don't mix" (i.e. that family or friends should not do business together). Is there a Jewish source for this teaching?

Rabbi Zamir Kohen, in many of his Thursday night classes in Tel Aviv, has mentioned that family or friends should preferably not go into business together (B"N I will find a clip of him saying so).

I've also encountered this teaching in non-Jewish sources (example 1, example 2) albeit in a slightly different wording: "money and blood don't mix". Is there a Jewish source for this teaching?

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Jewish source for "blood and money don't mix"?

There is a teaching (example 1, example 2) which states that "blood and money don't mix" (i.e. that family or friends should not do business together). Is there a Jewish source for this teaching?