A.T.M.Automated Teller Machine; cash dispenser 
BanknotePiece of paper money.
BitcoinDigital currency which allows payments to be sent from one party to another without going through a financial institution.
BorrowObtain money which must be returned or reimbursed.
(be broke)
To have no money.
BudgetAmount of money available or needed for a specific use.
CashCoins or bank notes (not cheques); actual money paid, not credit.
Cash dispenserAutomatic machine from which a bank customer can withdraw money.
CashierA person dealing with cash transactions in a bank, shop, etc.
(US: check)
Written order, on a specially printed form, to a pay the stated amount from one’s bank account.
CoinA piece of metal, with an official stamp, used as money.
CurrencyThe money used in a country.
DebtMoney owed by one person to another
DepositSum of money payable as a first instalment on a purchase;
Money placed in an account in a bank.
DonateGive money, especially to charity:  make a donation.
Exchange rateThe rate at which one currency can be exchanged for another.
FeePayment made to a professional person (doctor, lawyer, etc.).
InstalmentA sum of money due as one of several equal payments to be made over an agreed period of time.
InterestMoney paid for borrowing or investing money.
InvestTo put money into a business, property, etc. in order to earn interest or profit.
Legal tenderCurrency that cannot legally be refused as payment.
LendGive or allow the use of money which must be returned, usually with interest.
LoanSum of money that is borrowed and is expected to be paid back with interest.
OweTo be in debt to someone: to owe money to somebody.
Petty cashSmall amount of cash kept available by a company or firm for everyday expenses.
ReceiptWritten statement that money has been paid for something.
RefundPay back money received;; reimburse.
TipSmall sum of money given to a waiter, taxi driver, etc.
WithdrawTake money from a bank account.