money matters

See: finance
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Now, papa," said Clara that morning, wrinkling her brows and putting her finger-tips together with the air of an experienced person of business, "I want to have a talk to you about money matters.
My having prevented it may perhaps have given his wife an unfavourable impression, but where there is a disposition to dislike, a motive will never be wanting; and as to money matters it has not withheld him from being very useful to me.
He is proud and cold, and, between ourselves, stingy in money matters.
As you justly remark," he answered, "my money matters have nothing to do with you and I am my own master.
Levin knew that his elder brother took little interest in farming, and only put the question in deference to him, and so he only told him about the sale of his wheat and money matters.
My father and I found that we could not look after the inventing and experimental end, and money matters, too, and as Ned had had considerable experience this way we made him take over those worries," and Tom laughed genially.
I do think he must have been sent for about money matters, for what else can it be?
Not in money matters, exactly, it seems; but it's best to keep out of the way of temptation.
Money matters are my business -- I say money matters are my business, Lecount.
I apologize a second time for alluding to money matters before it was absolutely necessary.
On the contrary, to me it seems almost an age; but do not let us talk of money matters any longer.
When all this was resolved on, he returned again to his friends, who were still staying at Pemberley; but it was agreed that he should be in London once more when the wedding took place, and all money matters were then to receive the last finish.