1. He's short on cash. 2. He's broke. (= he has no money) 3. His bank account is overdrawn. 4. He's just scraping by. (= he is just barely surviving on little money) 5. He makes minimum wage. (= he earns the minimum salary) 6. He's pinching pennies. 7. He's scrimping and saving. 8. She's very wealthy. 9. She's quite well-off. 10. She's loaded. 11. She's filthy rich. 12. She inherited a fortune. 13. She's making a killing. 14. She's raking in the cash. 15. She's rolling in dough. #6 and #7 express the idea that the person is trying to conserve money, when they have very little money.
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