Ho ho ho! It's the last holiday-filled month of Netflix arrivals and departures. Get ready for an influx of Disney's The Santa Clause - a 3-film feature - as well as more seasons of crowd favorites such as Fuller House and Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Keep reading to see what else is coming to Netflix in December!
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Christmas is still months away but you know as well as we do that last minute planning will result in a drained bank account so why not start saving up now?
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If you're looking to learn ways to be more financially stable with savvy shopping, budgeting, and the like, check out Reddit for helpful subreddits focusing on personal finance and savvy shopping.
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If this is the year where you vowed to commit to a new financial lifestyle, check out these 5 easy ways to do just that. It may be a lifestyle change, but for the right result, it's worth it.
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If you're married, you and your spouse can decide how you would like to file taxes - jointly or separately. There are pros and cons to both, but typically, married couples file jointly for more tax credits and deductions. Check out the benefits and disadvantages of both to see which one works best for you.
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