Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Do not hire a new recruit or start a new job yourself, for the job description would change. If you are going back to a company you used to work with or to a boss you worked with years ago, you aren’t starting a new relationship but continuing a relationship that began a long time ago. In that case, you may be okay to start.
All my friends call me to see if I will bend the rules on Mercury retrograde. I will not. It does not matter if talks have been in progress for months—it is when you accept the job and also when you begin that counts. It might be the day you sign papers or shake hands to say yes, you will accept the offer. If you are starting a new business, it is the date of incorporation or the date you first opened your doors. If your company went public, the date of your company’s first trade on the stock market will matter very much.
Do not buy electronic products or machines in July for Mercury rules those, too. In other words, don’t buy a car, computer, smart phone, television set, or even a vacuum cleaner or kitchen appliance like a dishwasher or refrigerator.
I mentioned earlier that you might have differences over money with your partner, and in this month that seems to have everything, there will be another new moon (not an eclipse) that will appear on July 31 in Leo and offer you hope.
Jupiter will be in ideal angle and sign to bring financial benefits to your eighth house, which rules financial income and obligations. That house rules shared property, university financial aid, scholarships, credit, loans, mortgages, venture capital, child support, division of property in a divorce, taxes, inheritances, gifts, bonuses, commissions, and royalties. It is money that usually comes to you in one large chunk rather than evenly parsed out like salary on say, a bi-weekly basis if you work for others. It is also large sums you pay out to others, such as the down payment on a house, as one example.