Sagittarius Monthly Money Horoscope

July 2024

Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of July in your financial sector, the solar spotlight is always on your financial situation and money matters at this time each year. Unlike your income sector, which has been continuously active all year, by the time you move into the new month it has only been two weeks since Venus and Mercury returned to begin the first planetary activity on the financial front this year and just 10 days since the Sun returned. In the scheme of things, there won't be a lot of time to focus on money matters, with Mercury leaving on 3rd July, Venus on 12th July and the Sun on 22nd July, once again leaving your financial sector empty. From Venus' return to the Sun's departure, your financial sector will only be active for five weeks. While Mercury will leave you with the smart head for money needed to keep your head in the game and Venus, the planet of money the motivation and the Sun the awareness to stay on top of money matters, even though this would have been enough, this won't leave your financial sector empty for another year. Instead, in between Mars making two extended visits later this year and early next year, there will be no more than two month intervals between now and Jupiter's return in June 2025 to begin your biggest year for financial growth and expansion in over a decade. This makes this annual check in the stepping stone to something that is set to grow and evolve over the coming year. In the meantime, the Moon's return to your financial sector from 5th July to 7th July will be both a chance to check in and use the New Moon this will create to promote new beginnings or to draw a new line in the sand. Meanwhile, on the other side of the financial fence, the dwarf planet Ceres is not only keeping things on track but with a lot of help from planets on the income and career fronts. Acting as a trigger for all these will be the Moon's return to your income sector from 19th July to 21st July. This will not only see the Moon come full circle from last month's Full Moon but to create a rare second Full Moon in just four weeks, each one acting as a powerful trigger.

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More about your Sagittarius monthly money horoscope and finances

You care so little about money that you may not even own a wallet. You refuse to be enslaved to the pursuit of wealth, for it’s against all your core beliefs. Unlike many more shallow people, you know what’s important. Your true values are not monetary but humanitarian.

Sometimes you must be practical, for you can’t live on friends’ couches your entire life. Your Sagittarius monthly money horoscope provides clear focus about your finances. You must spend your money to sustain your life, not exclusively on fun. You can’t shred those bills before you pay them.

Learn about your fiscal ebb and flow in your Sagittarius monthly money horoscope

Create positive cash flow, particularly if you’re a freelancer. Don’t earn money, and then stop to spend it on fun, unless you’re wealthy. If you receive more modest payments, take the time to consider how to manage your money.

You don’t live a glam life, and you don’t desire expensive things. You happily eat fast food and pizza, which can be cost effective, but iffy for your health, a different subject. Because you avoid rampant consumerism, you stretch your income quite far. It’s cheaper to live in a smaller place with less costly furnishings and fewer clothes.

Your Sagittarius monthly money horoscope predicts good times

During a positive financial period, you enjoy life. You’re happy to pick up a check for friends, particularly if they often do that for you. You attend events that appeal to you such as concerts, and you splurge on pleasure. It feels like life the way it should be.

But remember to save some money for a downturn. Money flows irregularly, and if you have a nest egg, you have security. You don’t worry as much as many people, but it’s still wise to establish good fiscal habits. Don’t overspend on credit, for that plastic isn’t a gift but an obligation. Good financial habits promote happiness—and reduce mental strain.