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At any rate, don't talk about money all the time.For a lot of people, wealth is the single defining characteristic of wealthy people, and that seeps into their conversation every 20 seconds (not least because wealthy people are often guilty of the same). Not that I'm intimidated by his money it's just that I don't have the type of cash to reciprocate some of the things he does and might do in the future. Because In a way he's putting more into it than I possibly could. I am of average means and still in college so I find it a little intimidating.What's important here is to reciprocate, which doesn't have to be about money.
Don't make his wealth the single most important thing about him.edit: Tone. He has brought up the house in the Hamptons and his car collection. I'm a very independent guy, I've been working from the age of 15 so I couldn't stand it when he joked, "What do you want daddy to get for you?
Needless to say, this probably won't end well unless (no judgment here) that's what your looking for.
It doesn't seem that that's the case from your post, but if so, or if it turns that way, just go in eyes open.
If you guys are just having a day in the city, and you're getting pizza on the run, offer to cover that.
He probably won't expect you to cover half of everything you do, but make an effort to show you're invested and not mooching (something people who have money think about a lot).
Just because he's rich doesn't mean he only values things that cost a lot of money, and so there are ways that you can bring awesomeness into his life that don't require you to shell out a lot of dough.