Cancers are renowned for being solitary creatures. Because of this, this sign frequently prefers to stay in and read a good book rather to go out and spend money on martinis.
Contrary to popular belief, Capricorns can actually prefer to save money since they value life's finer things. The Capricorn has a serious approach toward money because they are ambitious and business-minded.
If it means saving for a Ferrari or clearing their debt, they "will live on fish fingers for years."
Williamson cautions that Pisces frequently don't have money to burn because they've probably already spent it partying or, occasionally, on charitable causes.
Since they either spent it all on a wild night out or bet it all on a losing horse, Pisces who are compassionate and sensitive rarely have money to spend.
Because they frequently give to charities, this kind-hearted sign occasionally overdraws their funds, which results in sporadic immoral activity.
Williamson adds that although Virgos wouldn't describe themselves as being thrifty, they do meet the criteria. She characterises the occasionally fussy sign as "frugal and humble," with a propensity to refrain from engaging in any showy activity.
They may also have a laser-like focus on their money, with a tendency to maintain spreadsheets and track every penny.
Scorpios are known for their secrecy, which might cause them to hide their finances even from their closest friends and relatives." Scorpios may splurge on themselves financially.
They despise going on trips with companions when they have to spend money on people, and they prefer to go alone." They are able to support themselves, but they want to limit their spending to the bare requirements so that they can save money for the future.
If you want to share the cost, Taurus is the sign to watch out for because you'll probably end up paying.
"Taurus probably recalls you owe them $10 from three years ago and is distrustful of anyone who tries to convince them to part with their money."
They don't make the finest dinner companions since they might mysteriously disappear when the bill comes in if you ask them to supper at a new restaurant.