Throughout the upcoming year the representatives of this zodiac sign can rely on the support of a great variety of celestial bodies, mainly on Mercury, which is considered to be the patron of this sign. Needless to say that this brings to the table a lot of positive effects, which concern specifically financial sphere, since this is where Mercury usually focuses its impact. Taking into account this fact, the upcoming year for Virgo representatives can be divided into two stages, each marked by a number of separate characteristics and peculiarities.
The second decade of January will announce the start of the first stage, which will end with the beginning of the first decade of July. Yes, this quite a long period taking up almost half of the year. Throughout this time your money-belt will grow a lot fatter, and key tendencies at work will follow a gradual and harmonious path. At this point your present will depend greatly on the choices you've made earlier, so some of crucial moments will be solely individual. Con-cerning more universal tendencies, it is important to say that at this point you might need your diplomatic skills. You will need to combine wisely your household expenses with long-term investments, that's why you shouldn't get distracted by less important moments. Your signifi-cant other with a recently acquired passion for luxurious life will become your main distraction at this point. The situation will be quite uneasy, that's why you will have to use the great power of speeches to find a solution. Don't turn this situation, however, into an open confrontation; otherwise, the result will be quite opposite to the one you'd expect. Of course, single Virgo rep-resentatives won't face this kind of problems.
Mid-summer will force you to adjust to new circumstances relatively quickly and you will need to stay alert up until the end of 2016. Mercury will stop providing you with powerful positive energy flows, that's why your overall energy tone will considerably weaken. Drastic changes are not in question at this point; it's more about getting back to your norm, though it might seem to others that your work pace has decreased dramatically. In fact, everything will be just great and a relative decrease in production rates will be something quite expected, so there will be no need to drive your co-workers too hard trying to get back on the same dynamic track that was characteristic of the first half of the year. You need to play the role of "a good cop" in this case, because first of all, this way you will yield better results, i.e. get maximum productivity and, second of all, this behaviour suits you best, even if your thoughts on this were different before. By the end of the year you will need to make great effort, since most promising deals always imply serious competitiveness. However, if you get yourself prepared beforehand, somewhere around the beginning of autumn, you can increase your chances greatly and ensure yourself a steady growth of resources.