Brigadier-General Ernest Douglas Money (11 March 1866–4 December 1952) was a British Indian Army officer.
The son of Major-General Robert Money, he was born in Harbledown, Kent, and educated at Sherborne School. He was commissioned into the Militia and then transferred to the Lincolnshire Regiment in 1888. He soon went out to India and served as aide-de-camp to the Governor of the United Provinces from 1889 to 1890. He was promoted Lieutenant and transferred to the Indian Army in 1892, being posted to the 1st Prince of Wales's Own Gurkha Rifles. He took part in the Isazai Expedition of 1892, the Waziristan Expedition of 1894–1895, and the Tirah Campaign of 1897–1898 and was promoted Captain in 1899 and Major in 1906.
In 1911 he was second-in-command of the 2nd Battalion, 1st Gurkha Rifles and served as Assistant Military Secretary to King George V while he was attending the Delhi Durbar. For this he was appointed Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire (CIE).