Saturn may be undermining your excitement about material possessions. You look for motivations somewhere else – not in your paycheck, it’s just not there. New goals and values come at the price of of additional efforts and extra work. Think of other resources and pursue them.
This is how Donna Cunningham comments on Saturn transiting the 2nd House (and it doesn’t mean at all that you will get totally broke):
“Depending on natal placements in this house, Saturn’s travels through the 2nd mean you can benefit from a practical, common-sense approach to finances, with the tendency to live frugally and not to waste money or resources on frivolous purchases or pursuits. It requires an essentially sound manner of managing money and a capacity to live within your means. If you’ve been working hard, the Saturn transit shows a payoff. You may be pursuing some long-range goal, such as professional education, and so you’ll need to be very stringent with yourself financially. To establish yourself in a new career direction, you may even temporarily take a pay cut, yet this strategy should pay off in the long run. One challenge to overcome, however, is a tendency to earn considerably less than your work is worth. Additional financial stresses or a higher work load during the Saturn transit might bring you to the point of setting limits and demanding fair wages for your contribution to the workplace.”
Hope it helps.