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

File a Tax Extension Instead of an Amended Return

File a Tax Extension Instead of an Amended Return

As April 15 inches closer, many are beginning to get their tax documents together and prepare to file their tax returns. However, there are many who don’t have all their tax documents by the requisite time, […]

Is Accident Forgiveness Worth the Extra Money for the Coverage?

Is Accident Forgiveness Worth the Extra Money for the Coverage?

When it comes to insurance, it’s all about reducing risks. The whole point of insurance is to help you hedge against the risk that unexpected events could financially devastate you — or at least cost you […]

How to Find College Financial Aid

How to Find College Financial Aid

If you have kids, you probably know that only health care cost increases can compete with the inflation seen by education costs. This means that you are probably going to need to do what you can […]

What is a Tax Audit and 5 Common Red Flags to Avoid

What is a Tax Audit and 5 Common Red Flags to Avoid

While random chance plays its role in tax audits (sometimes there is just no way to avoid some sort of an audit — no matter what you do), there are some red flags that may prompt a closer review of your paperwork. Here are some tips for avoiding a tax audit.

My Experience on How Payday Loans Work

My Experience on How Payday Loans Work

During college, I stayed close to campus every summer in order to work. Plus, I liked living on my own. The second summer I stayed, I got a job as a waitress and rented a room […]

5 Ways to Save Money on Kids’ Extracurricular Activities

5 Ways to Save Money on Kids’ Extracurricular Activities

Whether your child is involved in school sports, music, dance, theater, art or some other activity that goes beyond the scope of ordinary schooling, participation is costly. There are activity fees to pay, lesson providers to […]

Forex Trading Basics and How It Works

Forex Trading Basics and How It Works

Forex trading is becoming more popular in the recent years due in part to the fact that it is more accessible to the general public. It used to be that the currency market was the province […]

CashCrate Review: Make Money Online with Cash Crate

CashCrate Review: Make Money Online with Cash Crate

When you are looking to make money online, it is common to come across a variety of web sites offering to pay you for doing a number of seemingly easy things. One of the most popular […]

How to Prioritize Your Debt Repayment Plan

How to Prioritize Your Debt Repayment Plan

Everyone knows that healthy personal finances requires debt reduction. However, paying down debt can become discouraging when you have a great deal of it, from a variety of sources. Paying a little bit extra every month […]

Budget Mentality versus Net Worth Mentality

One of the mantras that we hear a lot in the world of personal finances is “budget, budget, budget.” But is this type of mentality really the best way to build wealth? More and more, some […]

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