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Common Phrases To Say "No Money"

  • Broke - I am broke.
  • Short On Cash - I am short on cash this week.
  • Bankrupt - I am bankrupt, until I get my paycheck.
  • Not A Dime To My Name - I do not even have a dime to my name.
  • Strapped For Cash - I am strapped for cash.
  • Lacking Funds - I am lacking funds. I do not have money to go out.
  • Empty Wallet - I have an empty wallet. I do not get paid for a few days.
  • Penniless - I am penniless. I have no money.
  • Poorhouse - I am in the poorhouse, till I get my paycheck.
  • Barely Making Ends Meet - I am barely making ends meet.
  • Things Are Pretty Tight - Things are pretty tight now. I have no money.
  • Money Is Tight - Money is very tight. I will get paid next week.
  • Living Paycheck To Paycheck - I am living paycheck to paycheck.
  • Down-And-Out - I am down-and-out, until I get a job.

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