To start with, things are quiet on both sides of the financial fence and that is just the way you want it. The lunar nodes only wrapped up 18 month visits to your two money houses in early November and Mars only wrapped up a nearly six month visit to your income sector just nine days later. December was your first full month in nearly two years when you have been able to keep your money hat off and let things play out. More importantly, with the lunar nodes gone, so too was the financial tension that a policing of a balance between money coming in and money going out had created. The first time you will need to have your money hat on is when the Moon moves through your income sector from 7th January to 10th January. This is both the Moon’s first visit for the year and last before the Sun returns on 20th January, as he does at this time every year. On face value, this is a very ordinary visit, with the Sun returning on 20th January and Mercury 24th January, for a short visit that will run its course early next month. Venus won’t return until later next month, extending income opportunities out through to March. This is the bare minimum of planetary activity you will have in any year but usually, this is a cold start. Mars only left in November but after nearly six months, not the six weeks he will normally spend here. In short, there is untapped income potential for the Sun to work with, from the get go. The money gods have a wildcard to play this month and it happens during the Moon’s visit to your financial sector from 21st January to 23rd January. It is the total lunar eclipse this creates on 21st January, that could be a catalyst for unexpected developments across the income and financial fronts.