Have money to burn
hard up to not have much money
The man is always hard up for money and he often wants to borrow some.
have an itchy/itching palm to ask for tips or money The hotel clerk has an itchy palm and he is always asking for money.
have money to burn to have very much money, to have more money than is needed
My aunt has money to burn and she is always travelling somewhere.
have one’s hand in the till to be stealing money from a company or an organisation
The clerk had her hand in the till so we decided to fire her.
have sticky fingers to be a thief
The new employee has sticky fingers and many things in the store have disappeared.
have the Midas touch to have the ability to make money easily (King Midas turned everything that he touched into gold)
My uncle has the Midas touch and every business that he starts makes a lot of money.
(not) have two cents to rub together to not have much money
My friend does not have two cents to rub together and he is always broke.
He who pays the piper calls the tune the person who pays for something has control over how the money is used
He who pays the piper calls the tune and the owner of the sports team can decide who will play on the team.
head over heels in debt to be deeply in debt
My cousin is head over heels in debt and has no money at all.
heads or tails the face of a coin or the other side of the coin
The referee threw the coin to see if it would be heads or tails.
highway robbery the charging of a high price for something
The amount of money that the company is charging for its services is highway robbery.
hit pay dirt to make a valuable discovery, to find the dirt in which much gold is found
We hit pay dirt when we got the rights to distribute the new product.