for my/one's money

for (one's) money

In one's opinion; according to one's preference or choice. For my money, I'd like to see our tax dollars go toward fixing all the potholes in our roads.
See also: for, money
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for my/one's money

In my (one’s) opinion or choice. This seemingly modern colloquialism actually dates from the mid-sixteenth century. Shakespeare had it in Much Ado about Nothing (2.3), “Well, a horn for my money when all’s done.” It is still current.
See also: for, money
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