Most religions have a prayer for money or sustenance, or have a specific figure to pray to for livelihood, such as the Jewish Prayer for Parnassah or Hindu prayers to the goddess Lakshmi. Many of these prayers are for a sufficient amount of money and not for an overabundance.
Catholicism uses The Prayer to St. Jude for sustenance. St. Jude is the Catholic patron saint of lost causes and is prayed to in the same way Hindus pray to Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity. Muslims use duas for rizq, or calls for sufficient sustenance, to pray for economic help in times of despair.