Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Mercury might slow down payments that are due you, so stay on top of accounts receivables and have contingency funds in place to help you bridge this month if you need cash. If you are self-employed, ask your bank for a line of credit.
On another note, you appear to be thinking quite a bit about a real estate situation that has some unusual elements to it. Mars is currently touring your home sector, a trend that started in mid-February and that will continue until March 30. The red planet will allow you to make progress on all home-related matters and one regarding your family, too.
Having said that, keep in mind that you should not sign important papers this month for Mercury will be retrograde from March 5 to 28. Do not close on a house during this time either, or you won’t likely stay there very long. It is also not wise to buy any electronics when Mercury is retrograde, nor any machines, including a car, for Mercury rules the electronic spark as well as the moving parts in machines. Additionally, in March, you may discover you have a faulty or outworn component in an electronic product and need to take it to the repair shop. If you are hoping to change your home so that it can be tied to the Internet, have safe guards put in place to prevent hackers from compromising your home safety.
You may be moving more than once in the coming years. Uranus is about to enter Taurus, your home sector, on March 6 (the same date as the new moon), and this planet has the power to bring great change to your life. Uranus works suddenly or creates unusual circumstances. You may move to be near a family member, or you may move to take advantage of career opportunities in a new location. Or, you may set up a business in your home, and with a friendly beam from Saturn, you could be starting a company that has longevity. Steve Jobs started his own company, Apple, in his garage—who says your company won’t grow as large as Apple?