Your September Horoscope for Scorpio
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Simply said, Mars will be lighting your eighth house for months, putting a powerful spotlight on finances. The eighth house deals with all kinds of funds—credit cards, bank loans, scholarships, student loans, university financial aid, inheritances, wills and estate planning, venture capital, commissions, cash advances and royalties, bonuses, mortgages, tax payments and refunds, and other funds like these outside of regular salary and savings. You seem to need to spend more money than usual during this period, which will last from now (this trend started August 20) until March 25. It is very possible that you will be in the process of a major lifestyle change.
You might be applying for financial aid, a government program, or a mortgage. You might be organizing your will or looking at your insurance needs (to expand or reduce your amount of insurance). You may want to get a bank loan for your new business, or you might want to get ready to buy a house and get pre-approved for a mortgage. You might have two different reasons you are focused on money because Mars is in Gemini (the sign of the Twins)—for example, you might be looking for a mortgage while making your will and doing some savvy year-end tax planning. There are plenty of possible reasons, and that’s only one example.