Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Now, Uranus will move into your eighth house, which rules not salary but what I call other people’s money. This house covers credit cards, student loans, taxes, inheritances, prize winnings, commissions, royalties, licensing fees, child support, court settlements, and other income that comes to you from means other than salary.
This is where you will see surprises from time to time. When dealing with Uranus, you never know if those unanticipated financial events will be positive or negative, but if you keep an eye on your business dealings and keep your credit rating high, you will reduce the kinds of surprises that come up.
March 21 will be a four-star day with glorious Jupiter and graceful Venus in perfect sync. If you have an important interview or presentation or need a vital day for any purpose, such as a first date, schedule it for this day.
Of course, in life we cannot control everything. Uranus is the planet that teaches us to stay on our toes, to be resourceful, flexible, and adaptable, as well as to learn from any temporary setbacks. At times in the years ahead you will have a bountiful harvest—more money than you ever thought possible—but at other times you will be hit by a large bill you never saw coming. For example, you may be shocked to find that you owe an enormous tax bill because your company, following IRS guidelines, withheld too little out of your paycheck last year, and now you are feeling the shock. Things like this sometimes happen, and it’s never a pleasant experience to go through.
Yet by realizing that the world is an unpredictable place and that even good people sometimes suffer due to no result of their own actions, you will gradually see the need to set up a method to have access to contingency funds when you need them, such as by drawing from your nest egg or by obtaining a loan, rather than accessing cash advances on credit cards, where the interest is always unbearably high. If you have a small business, look into a line of credit from organizations like the Small Business Administration or companies that regularly make loans to minorities. My point is, think outside the box.