To my knowledge, listing questions are not strictly off-topic at Stack Exchange.
Anime Stack Exchange shows how they deal with lists in:
What is off-topic are open-ended and unreasonably scoped questions where there are any number of potential answers, and no way to discern which one best solves the given problem are. There is admittedly a tendency for the two to go hand-in-hand, but certain questions requesting a closed list of words are cognizably ask-able.
As a hypothetical example that might be more relevant to our scope, I would not take issue with a question asking for a list of all of the words naming each different part of a typical shoe, because it is a list that cognizably has an end between ten and twenty parts. There might be a couple of parts missing from that list, like the insole and the aglets of the shoelace and maybe a few others, but I could not imagine that there would be very many more. The best answer would of course be based on comprehensiveness and veracity of the list provided.
More concretely the often absued vocabulary tag is supposed to be used for list of words related to a particular profession, and exemplifies these questions as a good fit for it:
Personally, I think a better solution in this case is to change the vocabulary tag to be a little broader in its intended scope so that it is not strictly related to professional terms (the money question isn't even such a question) and make the list-request tag a synonym of vocabulary. This will not only eliminate the problematic tag, but it should also seed the vocabulary tag with more of the sorts of questions it is meant to have. The money question is just as informal as it is professional in nature anyway.