Sagittarius (Nov 23/Dec 21)

Increasing your income should be your focus in the first half of the month. Applying for lucrative jobs, starting a business, or courting wealthy clients are all good possibilities at the beginning of January. The fruits of your labour could pay off around the middle of January, when the New Moon could deposit a dream job in your lap. Beware of divulging secrets in the last half of January; indiscretion could bite you where it hurts. Towards the end of the month, the Full Moon could force you to cancel a trip or withdraw from an academic program. Politeness can help getting the refund on a deposit. Watching a documentary or reading an article could dramatically change your views on an issue in the last days of the month.

Capricorn (Dec 22/Jan 20)

All eyes will be on you at the start of January. Use your powerful charisma to win favours, conquer hearts and secure jobs. Look your best and seize every opportunity to promote your agenda. The New Moon on the 13th is perfect for changing your look or upgrading your wardrobe. Investing in your appearance will pay off handsomely. Assuming additional work responsibilities during the second half of the month could pave the way to a big promotion and raise. Watch the days following the 28th, when a distressing Full Moon could bring an end to payments from a legal settlement or royalty agreement. The final days of January will find you thinking of ways to increase your earned income.

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