Money Horoscope for taurus
To begin with, it is business as usual on both sides of the financial fence, though business as usual in 2021 is different from most years. Rarely is there planetary activity in either of your two money houses at this time of year and while that is technically still the case, both are active. The lunar nodes have been in your two money houses since May 2020 and they won't leave until January 2022, working together to maintain a balance between money coming in and money going out. However, while the North Node has been on its own in your income sector since Venus left last August, the South Node in your financial sector has the asteroid Juno, the queen of commitment for company. This is helping you to remain committed to the financial resolutions you began the year with while the North Node is maintaining a lucrative sense of direction. This is what business as usual for you looks like in 2021 or at least that has been the case with things about to change and for the better. The change happens on 4th March when Mars, the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos returns to your income sector for the first time since May 2019.
With the Sun not returning to your income sector to begin what are normally the most lucrative months of any year until May, this gives you over a two month head start. Until he leaves on 23rd April, Mars will give you the warrior spirit needed to fight for what you deserve and to declare war on glass ceilings, roadblocks and barriers, whether real or imagined. The Moon will make the first of two visits while Mars is here from 19th March to 22nd March, with a chance to sharpen your nose for money and get a taste for the income potential available. Mars and the start of the most lucrative months of 2021 will also be supported by the planets in your career sector and from a Full Moon on the job front on 29th March. Meanwhile, the Moon will bring a much needed chance to check in on money matters from 5th March to 7th March and in Mars' early days in your income sector, will bring a reminder that there still needs to be a balance between money coming in and money going out.