Pisces Monthly Money Horoscope

September 2020

Things might heat up on both sides of the financial fence this month but it shouldn't take much to find and maintain a balance and as a result, avoid any financial tension. It helps that both sides of the financial fence not only get what they need but have the right resources to draw on. It was back in June that Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos returned for what should have been a six week visit to your income sector. Instead, it is his retrograde turn on 10th September that will keep him here for the rest of the year, though shifting his focus more to the rear view mirror and onto untapped income potential.This could have seen Mars and income matters take a back seat, especially with Mercury returning to your financial sector on 6th September and the Sun on 23rd September to begin your annual financial review. As the Sun turns the solar spotlight onto your financial situation and money matters, this is the point in any year when you are obliged to take a closer and more honest look at what you do with and how you manage the money you have. With Mars in retrograde motion, this should see income matters back down and let money matters have their turn. However, not only is this not in Mars' nature Venus, the planet of money's return to your work sector on 6th September changes everything.Held back by a retrograde phase earlier in the year, Venus is late to return but once here she will be ready to make up for lost time, spending the rest of the month working to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. Returning to find Mars in your income sector, Venus will latch onto both his warrior spirit and access to untapped income potential from the get go. As long as you don't ignore the one chance you will get this year to focus on what you do with and how you manage the money you have, especially once the Sun returns on 23rd September, there shouldn't be any undue financial tension. That will only happen if money matters have to fight for your attention.

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More about your Pisces monthly money horoscope and finances

Money is definitely a good thing, for else how could you shop? There are so many fun and pretty things to buy. Earning money is not quite the same, for that can be a real problem, particularly when you don’t actually value it.

You like having the freedom to spend, but you don’t enjoy being a captive to employment. It’s one of life’s cruel twists. The obvious solution is to be born wealthy. Your Pisces monthly money horoscope helps you consider money in the serious light it deserves. You can’t simply ignore the idea of money until you need it.

Your Pisces monthly money horoscope charts financial opportunities

Sometimes you’re content only to get by. That can mean a life of occasional jobs and the prayer for a well-employed marriage partner. If you’re attempting a career based on your own creativity, a positive financial period can give you a boost forward.

This is the time to work harder to get your offerings before the people who could buy them. It’s not crass or materialistic, it’s business. Have faith in your own talent, market your wares, and let the money flow. Once that happens, you feel gratified.

Look for fiscal ups and downs in your Pisces monthly money horoscope

During a slow period, it’s wise to conserve, which is something that feels difficult to you. It’s so easy to pay with a credit card, and to stack the bills on your desk unopened. That can be a sad awakening if it’s a cold winter and the heating bill is through the roof.

Even if you rightly assume that money is just a resource, not a sign of anything meaningful, it is necessary to manage it successfully. Use what you have with respect. Don’t squander your money, for having some put aside for a rainy day is wise—you might need to buy an umbrella. Have faith that the universe will provide for you, and when it does, use carefully what you’ve been given.

More about your Pisces monthly money horoscope and finances

Money is definitely a good thing, for else how could you shop? There are so many fun and pretty things to buy. Earning money is not quite the same, for that can be a real problem, particularly when you don’t actually value it.