To begin with, moving into January will be a case of deja vu, with an almost exact duplication of the financial conditions when you moved into December. You began December with Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos in your income sector and with Uranus, in retrograde motion in your financial sector and you begin January with Mars still in your income sector and with Uranus still in retrograde motion in your financial sector. However, a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then and also a lot is about to change. With Uranus in retrograde motion in your financial sector until 11th January, despite the fact that he is so well supported, to begin with too much focus on money matters can wait.
To begin with, all the focus needs to be on the other side of the financial fence, as Mars prepares to leave your income sector on 3rd January. This will not only wrap up the warrior planet's last visit to your income sector for another two years but all planetary activity here until later in the year. The reality is that this is more the tail end of last year's planetary activity on the income front grazing the early days of this year but starting the year with Mars' warrior spirit is a bell that can't be unrung.
Mars will leave you with months of untapped income potential that you can continue to exploit, as well as the confidence to fight for what you deserve.
While Mars' departure will end all planetary activity on the income front with Venus, the planet of money returning to your work sector on 14th January and always looking for where the money is, she will take over from where he leaves off. The Moon will make its first visit to your income sector for the year from 18th January to 20th January and with Mars gone but Venus in your work sector by then, this could yield some unexpected lucrative developments. In the meantime, it is Uranus' direct turn in your financial sector on 11th January that not only draws the money gods focus back onto the other side of the financial fence but away from the rearview mirror. Here the focus is more on what you do with and how you manage the money you have.