In New York, Cash is the law, and the Moneyman makes sure you keep yours. His unique skills raise the Upkeep Exempt of any city he's in. This keeps more Cash in your warehouses, making it easier to bail out troops and get jobs done. Just make sure he's got some muscle to watch his back."The Moneyman is a trainable defensive troop in The Godfather Five Families.
Moneymen are the tenth defensive troops in the game. Their health are lower than the Special Defense and the John Doe, and their damage are even lower than the Bodyguard. But like the other defensive troops, Moneymen do not require any upkeep at all, instead, they will give an upkeep exempt to the neighborhood they are in. This means the more Moneymen the players have, the less upkeep they need to pay all of their troops. Each Moneymen will decrease the upkeep by $8,000.
- Strong, does not die easily against many troops
- No upkeep at all
- Can be upgraded via boxing
- Needs a small amount of Moneymen to gain a +1 point at the Boxing Arena
- Decreases the upkeep needed to pay up all troops
- Trainable only in First Neighborhood
- Takes time to meet the requirement to train
- High cost to train
- Needs a high amount of influence to train
- Needs Kickback to train
- Long training time
- Cannot be crafted in Doria Airport
- Needs a high-level Boxing Arena to sacrifice
- Never goes to jail
- Weak against Clean-Up Crew
- Level 16 Muscle in the First Neighborhood
- Level 16 Medicine in the First Neighborhood
- Level 10 Guard Post in the First Neighborhood
- Level 10 Hideout in the First Neighborhood
- Level 10 Workshop in the First Neighborhood
- 17,500 Influence in the First Neighborhood
- Cash : $23,000 per unit
- Food : 15,000 per unit
- Steel : 15,000 per unit
- Cement : 15,000 per unit
- Influence : 35 per unit
- 1 Kickback per unit
- Level 12 Bolser's Arena
- 5 Moneymen per sacrifice
- +50% Attack vs. all Pultori troops except The Foreman.
- Increases the Upkeep Exempt of the neighborhood this unit is stationed in (+$8,000/unit).
- According to their stats, Moneymen are more suitable to be classed as Damage-type troops instead of Defense-type ones.