Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
More money dealings will come up after the January 12 new moon in Capricorn. Your outlook is complex, for on one hand, substantial money could flow to you. However, with Mars and Uranus challenging Saturn, Jupiter, and Mercury, your ruler, you might need to hire a lawyer to help wrangle money from someone who is stubbornly not paying you. If you have been waiting for venture capital, a bank loan, or a mortgage to be approved, the new moon of January 12 should bring good news, but at the same time, be prepared to deal with an excessive amount of paperwork, which could feel endless.
Tension over money will ease once you get to the latter part of January. The Luckiest Day of the Year will arrive January 28 with the Sun and good-fortune Jupiter conjunct in Aquarius, bringing news from a distance that will likely thrill you. The news might be about a publishing project, such as hearing that the manuscript you submitted for a book will, indeed, be published, or if you are a graduate student, your thesis was approved, or you passed the bar exam (or other major academic accomplishment). If you work in publishing, you may be asked to write the feature story for a respected newspaper or magazine, in print or digital form.
You may want to travel in late January, but until pandemic spikes simmer down, it’s best to follow the advice of authorities and stay home. The full moon of January 28 might bring a contract for you to sign, but if you anticipate one coming, do your best to have it delivered in early January. Ask both sides to do so, and ask your lawyer to be ready to attack it. There is good reason to be hasty.