How do I say "saving money" in Latin? Ideally I would be looking for a verb (possibly with an object), as it could be used similarly to other languages I know, but a noun or an adjective will also do.
By saving money I simply mean putting some money aside out of all income to prepare for surprises or a major purchase. I would like to focus on accumulating a fund, not on a frugal lifestyle; I want to speak about accumulating some savings and not about living ascetically. There need not be any hint of investment or doing anything with the money, but phrases with that connotation are fine too.
The best I can think of is using pecuniam with a verb: servare, asservare, recondere, condere, reponere, seponere. I assume or hope that there is a canonical choice of words here, and I don't feel strongly enough about any of these verbs for this use.
For a concrete example, I would like to be able to say: "Now that you got a pay rise, you should start saving some money."