New Money Tree Not Thriving
I just received this money tree from the sill about a week and a half ago. I re-potted from the plastic pot to this larger planter. I think there was a small amount of damage to the plant during shipment, but it has progressively gotten worse at home. Many of the leaves are starting to thin and turn a yellow/brown color. Most leaves are still soft, but a few have turned almost crunchy, like they are dried out. Probably 5-8 leaves have dropped off the plant as well. 
I was intentionally trying not to over water, so I have only given it a small amount of water once after re-potting (Monday), and once over the weekend. I was concerned it wasn't getting enough direct light, so I have started setting it outside for a few hours a day, and I have moved its home to a window sill for more light (this sill has mostly indirect sunlight). 

Any thoughts on what could be causing this leaf degeneration?

I can see some new buds sprouting from the stem that are still green, and I want them to survive!

Many thanks!
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    Pei Hi [294024,Caitlyn Jones] Plants don't like to be move constantly - they will need to reacclimate to a new spot every time and it's stressful to them. A few feet might not seem much a difference to you, but to plants are huge. Also do you live somewhere that's above 55F? If not, your plant might have cold damaged from when you put it outside.

    Overall, your plant looks super thirsty and suffer low humidity as well. I will suggest to put it in a bright-lit spot and let it settle in with proper care!
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      Caitlyn Jones Hi [278958,Pei] . Thanks for the input! I live in GA, so it was around 65 when I had the plant outside. I will keep it on the window sill for now so that it can acclimate to that space with some sunlight. There is not a direct air vent or anything near that area, so I'm hoping that will be a good home. I will incorporate a bit more frequent watering and see if it improves!
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        Pei Yes, give it some times. Forgot to mention you want to clean off any dying or yellowing leaves so it doesn't attract pests. They have a thing for yellow leaves IMO, especially spider mites!
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    Caitlyn Jones Here is how the plant was received. Looks like some physical damage, but still completely green.
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      Pei definitely looks like it had a rough ride :( But luckily plants are super resilient. With proper care, it would bounce back and put out more new growths!