- Writing about money since 2006
- Contributes to a successful investing podcast
- Working on an MBA
Miranda Marquit has been writing about personal finance and investing since 2006. She's contributed to and been quoted in numerous outlets, including FOX Business, MSN Money, CNBC, Marketwatch, NPR, the Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! Finance, HuffPost, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and many other media outlets. Miranda has also worked to provide content for companies like TD Ameritrade, Fidelity, State Farm, John Hancock, Transamerica, and more. In addition to writing for numerous outlets and working with a variety of companies, she also contributes to podcasts and is a co-host of the Money Tree Investing Podcast.
Miranda has a master's degree in Journalism from Syracuse University and is working on an MBA. She has received a Plutus Award for her work as a freelance contributor.
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