It likes bright light, but it’s fine with indirect rather than full sun. You can put yours next to a window, or use some artificial lighting if you don’t have window space available.
During summer, when your money tree is actively growing, you can keep the soil lightly moist. (Just let the first few inches dry out before watering again.) During the latent winter period, it’s best to let the soil dry out at least halfway.
If you don’t mind using peat, here’s a mixture you could consider: – 2 parts peat moss – 2 parts perlite – 1 part compost
Unsurprisingly, a Guiana chestnut will appreciate a bit of fertilizer, at least during the growing months of spring, summer, and early fall.
Money trees don’t need a lot of pruning, except to remove dead leaves and any that you don’t like the look of.