Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Mercury and Saturn will be working together too, also in a heavenly trine on September 4, but still strong on the new moon, so promises made will stay in place for a long time and bring a comforting sense of security to you.
Venus in Libra and Jupiter in Aquarius will also be in sync on the very same day, September 6, and bring you news of money coming from a confidential source.
Once Mars moves into Libra on September 14, to stay until October 30, you will enter a period of financial management. You may decide to do some savvy tax planning with your accountant before year’s end or talk to your banker about being granted a line of credit for the business you own. (Pisces loves to be self-employed.) You might consolidate debt or work with your lawyer on an inheritance that a kind relative bestowed to you. You may see a lawyer who specializes in estates, proxies, and wills. You may be filling out papers for a mortgage or university financial aid. You may be discussing your retirement portfolio with your financial advisor to see how your investments have performed.
The eighth house is where big dreams are hatched but need funding beyond what most people would have in reserve. The eighth house requires preparation, paperwork, and meetings, and in order to be successful, how you paid your bills in the past would have bearing on things now. If you lost your job and couldn’t pay on time, don’t worry, you can always start fresh. The pandemic did this to many people, so you are not alone. After October 30, your expenses will not be as intense, and you will feel in better control over your cash flow. You can rebuild. Forbes magazine reports that there are more Pisces and Virgo billionaires than any other sign—you always focus on the product, not the money, insisting on excellence, the reason the universe so often rewards you.