Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Your expenses were likely high in August and will continue to be during the first half of September. This isn’t necessarily bad—you may be investing in your new business or buying expensive things like a car or computer. Perhaps you had previously committed to a financial obligation, such as a tuition payment for college or a deposit for your wedding reception. That happens in life, but in this case, your high expense could be a plus, for it might fuel your determination to make more money. You have to ask to get, so hopefully, you will speak up, for this will be your best month of 2021 to see more money arrive in your bank account.
The full moon of September 20 will also accent money, only this time your eighth house is activated, and it’s money you might receive as a loan from a bank, a government program, a scholarship, grant, or financial aid, or a commission, royalty, or licensing fee. Alternatively, you could receive child support money, a mortgage, tax refund, or a generous check as a belated birthday gift. As you see, the money at the full moon could be derived from various sources and would be different than the money made through earned income, as when your second house was activated by the new moon on September 6.
There is one problem with this full moon—Neptune is conjunct the moon in your eighth house. This suggests you may need to find out if there are any confusing clauses in a deal you are about to make.