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The month of December is infused with holiday cheer. Candy canes, Christmas music, and twinkling lights saturate our surroundings, so it's no wonder we want to spend this month celebrating the moment with friends and family. But December is also a time for reflection and preparation, and many of us will (and should) organize our lives before heading into the new year. That includes our finances. Nobody wants to pay extra taxes, lose money, or miss out on major cash bonuses or rewards. So add these 7 money moves to your end-of-year checklist, and enter the new year with your finances in order.