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Right off the bat, your definition of "money" is wrong:

Pronunciation: \ˈmə-nē\
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural moneys or mon·ies \ˈmə-nēz\
Usage: often attributive
Etymology: Middle English moneye, from Anglo-French moneie, from Latin moneta mint, money — more at mint
Date: 14th century
1 : something generally accepted as a medium of exchange, a measure of value, or a means of payment: as a : officially coined or stamped metal currency b : money of account c : paper money 2 a : wealth reckoned in terms of money b : an amount of money c plural : sums of money : funds 3 : a form or denomination of coin or paper money 4 a : the first, second, and third place winners (as in a horse or dog race) —usually used in the phrases in the money or out of the money b : prize money 5 a : persons or interests possessing or controlling great wealth b : a position of wealth
— for one's money : according to one's preference or opinion
— on the money : exactly right or accurate