Miranda Marquit's Author Profile and Articles

Miranda MarquitMiranda is a professional personal finance journalist. She is a contributor for several personal finance web sites. Her work has been mentioned in and linked to from, USA Today, The Huffington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and other publications. She also has her own personal finance blog: Planting Money Seeds.

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Articles by Miranda Marquit

Building Income by Investing in Dividends Stocks

Building Income by Investing in Dividends Stocks

Often, when we think about making money through investing, we think about picking the right stock, and then watching as it goes big, resulting in fantastic capital appreciation. Or, perhaps we think about choosing a solid […]

Are You Really Changing Your Financial Behaviors? Or Just Fixing the Symptoms?

A lot of us like to think that we can get a fresh start with our finances. We know that something needs to be done, and it feels like we’re fixing things when a big, dramatic […]

It’s OK to Spend Money on Things You REALLY Want

It’s OK to Spend Money on Things You REALLY Want

It’s easy to get caught up in the idea that it’s never ok to spend money — unless you actually need something. And, while it is important to watch how you spend your money, and be conscientious […]

7 Helpful Tips for College Freshman

7 Helpful Tips for College Freshman

Right now, thousands of almost-freshmen are preparing to attend college. While it is is tempting to buy a bunch of decor and try to spruce things up in your dorm room or apartment, it might not […]

Make Paying Down Debt a Priority

One of the questions that many people ask themselves in times like these is this: should I pay down debt, or build my savings? This is a tough question. But many financial planning folks believe that […]

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