Taurus Horoscope: December 2014
You might feel extra anxious about money near December 6, when the Full Moon in Gemini lands in your 2nd House of Income. If this happens, try not to give in to any hypersensitive reactions that are more about your insecurity and less about reality. Instead, use any revelations about cash flow and earning power to create a steady plan that will serve you well in the future.
Your ruling planet Venus will enter your 9th House of Expansion on December 10, and remains in this part of your chart until January 3. You might feel more of an affinity toward international opportunities, traveling abroad, or even studying a new, advanced topic. You might also find a love connection with someone who has a background quite different than your own. If you're involved in a difficult legal situation, an out-of-the-blue revelation that has been kept from you may emerge near December 15. While this may rattle you over the coming days, try not to make any hasty decisions -- especially until after December 20. Matters of the heart, too, will be intense and tricky on the 20th, so keep your wits about you and try not to get drawn in to any soap-opera drama.
On December 21 a New Moon falls in your 9th house, allowing you to plant seeds that will develop over time concerning your education or spiritual pursuits.
The major news this month has to do with the planet Saturn. On December 23 he'll move out of your relationship sector, where he has been since October 2012. You're about to enter a phase of relationship reward if you've done the work Saturn has asked you to do concerning this area of your life. Now, Saturn will move onto your 8th House of Shared Resources. With the exception of June - September 17, 2015, Saturn will be in this part of your chart until December 2017! During this time you'll need to learn how to rely on your own resources. The less you depend on others for financial support, the easier this transit will be for you. If you have money in investments, you'll want to take extra care that they're safe. Be vigilant when it comes to long term financial planning, accounting matters, and any decisions relating to joint finances. If you have been irresponsible in any of these areas, it might be time to pay the price.