1. The resources, especially money, that you need in order to do or buy something; the financial means to do something. Formal English = wherewithal.
As a Verb or Adjective
1. To have the resources, especially money, that you need in order to do or buy something. English = (be) moneyed, (be) well off, (be) wealthy. Formal English = have the wherewithal.
1. Used alone in response to someone's question as to why something was not bought or done, to mean the primary reason was a lack of money. English = 'It's a question of money!', 'There wasn't enough money!' and so on.