The leaves resemble a Money Tree but Might be to short for that I think. The stems or branches of a Money Tree should tend to look more like bamboo. But there are varieties of the Money Tree. So that might not be a rule...just my experience. Here’s a photo of the Money Tree stems next to me. You can see braiding started on this tree and can still see the bamboo-like structure of the stems.
The Money Tree survives with water. Just enough to keep the roots wet. To much water and the roots just grow higher up. No water = dead tree. The Money Tree survives in stones and water. No soil is needed. Water is required. Money Trees are grown in a container without drainage holes....draining would be deadly...roots have to stay wet.
I agree with @sorce, this is a ficus. Keep it near a bright window, away from cold drafts and water it about every other day or when the surface soil feels dry to the touch. I don't know where you are, but you can put it outside once temperatures are consistently (and constantly: day and night) above 45F.
Money tree it's not, I can tell you; its leaves are palmate compound, and naturally the size of a man's handspan.
Can you post a clearer picture? I'm afraid the one above doesn't show enough detail for anyone to be sure: Cuphea, Serissa, and some of the small-leaf Ficus are all possibilities until we can see more.
And - am I the only one to whom the "braiding" looks like it might be a wire frame? (In this picture, anyway.)